|Number built||11 Vehicles (33 trainsets)|
|Formation||3 cars per trainset
|Line(s) served||Circle Line|
|Doors||8 per car|
|Electrification||750 V DC third rail|
|Track gauge||Standard Gauge (1435mm)|
LTA Contract 851E for the procurement of 11 additional electric multiple unit (EMU) trains for the Circle Line (CCL) was published on 31 March 2017. The new trains will supplement the existing Alstom Metropolis C830 and Alstom Metropolis C830C trains on the Circle Line when the 4.3km long extension opens in Year 2025.
Alstom was awarded the contract for these third-generation Circle Line trains for S$279.8 million on 2 October 2017. Under modified contract terms, the contract sum also includes an unknown number of trains for the North East Line.
Contract 851E (C851E) for the procurement of rolling stock called for of 11 trainsets of three cars each. It was awarded to Alstom, a multinational company based in France. Apart from signalling equipment, the company presently supplies tolling stock for the North East Line and Circle Line.
The trains draw power from a 750 V DC bottom-contact third rail. They are fully automated (ATO GoA 4) and do not require an attendant on board.
Each 3-car train comprises of two Motor Cars (Mc1 and Mc2) at each end and an unpowered Trailer Car (Tc) in the middle.
External Links & References
- LTA Tender Information
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