Alstom Opens Four Stations on the Cairo Metro Line

Alstom Cairo Metro Line Phase Ada Dort Station into Service Acti
Alstom Opens Four Stations on Cairo Metro Line 3 Phase 3A

Alstom has successfully provided, tested and commissioned signaling, central control and drive modes for Cairo Metro Line 3 – Ph3A with a total of 4 stations from Attaba to Kit Kat.

In November 2015, NAT awarded Alstom a contract to provide system and subsystem design, manufacture, installation, test/commissioning, training, signaling, drive modes, central control and telecommunications systems for the Cairo Metro Line 3 Phase 3. As a member of the G3 Power Supply Consortium, NAT awarded Alstom a contract for the design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning, training, maintenance of power traction system and storage equipment.

“Alstom is proud to present the Urbalis signaling solution for line 3, phase 3A, of the Cairo Metro. We are committed to meeting our customers' expectations and maintaining our long-term partnership with the National Tunneling Corporation. “We are trying to provide state-of-the-art signaling solutions to the country,” said Ramy Salah, Managing Director of Alstom Egypt.

Urbalis is an advanced signaling system that helps operators alleviate commuter traffic. The continuously upgraded solution helps city operators maximize their performance and capacity while providing standardized control and control that supports their operational needs. Designed for heavy passenger transport metropolises, the system offers an important range of functions that improve forward and average speed performance.

Alstom has been in Egypt for over 40 years and contributes to supporting the strong trend of rail infrastructure development in the country. Alstom Egypt has developed a local talent pool responsible for a center of excellence for signaling, Power Supply and Storage Equipment supporting our projects in the AMECA region for decades. It is this legacy that has enabled Alstom Egypt to make an important contribution to the development of Egypt's rail industry.

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