Bombardier to operate San Fracisco AirTrain APM system

The city of San Francisco and Bombardier Transportation signed a EUR 193 million contract to provide ten years of operations and maintenance services for the Innovia APM 100 system at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). The contract includes an option for an additional five years.
Bombardier delivered the airport’s transit system, known as AirTrain, and has been providing operations and maintenance services since it opened in 2003.
The AirTrain fleet of 38 Innovia APM 100 vehicles serves 9 stations along 9.6 km of elevated guideway and connects the airport’s terminals, parking garages, rental car center, and a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station.
Under a contract awarded in 2016, Bombardier is providing three additional Innovia APM 100 vehicles, a 2,000-foot guideway extension, a new station, and a signalling upgrade.

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