Tests in Montreal Metro started in Canada

Tests in Montreal Metro started in Canada: The Montreal Metro Operator in Canada began the test drive of the Azur trains, which are produced jointly by STM, Alstom and Bombardier, with passengers. Tests of trains are estimated to last for approximately two months.
An agreement was signed between STM and Alstom and Bombardier in October of 2010. According to the agreement, it was decided by Alstom and Bombardier to produce 52 9 wagon tire Azur trains for use in the Montreal subway. The trains were delivered at certain times.
Bombardier undertook the design and engineering of the trains produced, while Alstom undertook the task of producing automatic train control systems, communication and passenger information screens. The delivery of all trains is planned to be done by the end of 2018.

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