APPLYING EXPERTISE TO MEET
CUSTOMER NEEDS

 

The most complete range
of solutions in the market

Alstom develops and markets the world’s most comprehensive range of railway systems, equipment and services in all aspects of the industry.
Its solutions include rolling stock, signalling, services and infrastructure, provided separately, bundled or fully integrated.

 

rolling stock

Tramways, tram-trains, metros, suburban, regional and high-speed trains and locomotives.

URBAN & SUBURBAN MOBILITY
The Citadis range of city-centre tramway solutions also includes tram-train services (Citadis Dualis) and light rail vehicles (Citadis Spirit). Translohr tyre-based trams are an ideal solution for cities with a specific topography. Alstom also supports large-scale mobility with its range of Metropolis metros and X’Trapolis suburban trains for commuters.

MAIN LINES
Coradia trains are top-selling regional transport solutions that can be tailored to a wide array of different technical specifications. The Avelia range provides high-speed solutions in line with the latest passenger expectations.

LOCOMOTIVES
Alstom offers a comprehensive range of Prima locomotives adapted to a wide range of operating conditions for freight and passenger transport.

43%
of sales

 

SIGNALLING

Control centres, security, passenger information, trackside signalling solutions and interlocking.

Alstom develops signalling solutions for urban environments and main lines that enable operators to ensure safe, seamless services. Examples include Iconis control centres, Urbalis CBTC solutions, the Atlas ERTMS range for network interoperability, trackside signalling equipments, interlocking solutions and on-board information systems.

19%
of sales

 

SERVICES

Maintenance, modernisation, spare parts, repairs and support services.

Alstom provides maintenance for all types of trains, infrastructure and signalling systems. Services also include upgrades for trains in areas such as design, components, traction systems and eco-driving support, along with modernisation options for infrastructure and signalling systems. Alstom provides parts supply services and repairs for all types of trains, made by any manufacturer. Customer support services include a wide range of maintenance training programmes.

20%
of sales

 

SYSTEMS

Infrastructure and integrated systems.

As the complexity of rail systems continues to grow, operators often seek comprehensive solutions to meet their needs. Alstom can draw on its full range of cross-functional expertise as a railway manufacturer to cover every aspect of urban rail systems, including rolling stock, signalling, infrastructure and services. Alstom’s expertise in infrastructure covers both electrification and track works as well as electromechanical equipment for tunnels, stations and depots.

18%
of sales

In pictures
State-of-the-art-solutions



With the new 100%-electric mobility solution Aptis, Alstom offers local authorities a new solution for clean and efficient transport. The tram-inspired vehicle features a 20m² low-floor along its entire length to improve accessibility and create a more comfortable, fluid passenger experience. With a 360° view thanks to its panoramic bay windows, Aptis offers 20% more glass surfaces than a bus. The innovative, sustainable design ensures easy maintenance, making Aptis the perfect solution for operators in terms of urban integration, performance and operating costs.


The new Coradia iLint regional train concept gives operators a greener alternative to combustion engines for non-electrified railway lines, eliminating CO2 emissions and noise pollution. Powered by hydrogen fuel cells, Coradia iLint produces only steam and condensed water, and is extremely quiet. Alstom is one of the first manufacturers in the world to market a passenger train based on this type of technology.


Mastria is Alstom’s new multimodal system, which aims to streamline urban transport management by improving capacity and fluidity. Mastria is designed to meet the current and future needs of “smart cities” and can coordinate all types of public transport, from rail to road, while incorporating new mobility trends such as car sharing and bicycles. The system also uses predictive analysis to optimise route planning.