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At InnoTrans 2022, Siemens Mobility was the only exhibitor presenting a train for the metro - specifically it has shown two cars of the new Wiener Linien's X-Wagen type.
In close collaboration with Siemens Liebherr developed and produces a compact, closed, electrohydraulic brake actuator including all the components necessary to build-up and release the brake force as well as local control.
Plasser & Theurer developed the ATMO (Automatic Track Machine Oscillator), the world’s first rail grinding machine for light rail and trams, which combines two working methods: conventional whetstone grinding with oscillating grinding.
Under the motto “Greener Linien”, Wiener Linien is continuously implementing projects that make public transport even more climate-friendly.
Between 15 and 30 June 2020 the cars 3701 and 3501 of the first X-Wagen metro train have been subjected to numerous tests at the RTA Rail Tec Arsenal climatic wind tunnel.
On 22 August 2019 at Siemens's Wien works in Simmering the presentation of the first completed and painted aluminium bodyshell of new Wien metro...