- Ninety-four new trains will replace the 1970s-built Piccadilly line fleet
- New trains will be state-of-the-art, with more space, air conditioning, walk-through carriages and improved accessibility
- Vital investment will support both London and the wider UK economy – helping to create jobs around the country
Transport for London (TfL) and Siemens Mobility have today unveiled the detailed design of the new generation Tube trains for the Piccadilly line, which will soon be in production to replace the existing 1970s fleet.
In a live broadcast between Berlin and London on Thursday, March 4, 2021, Transport for London and Siemens Mobility unveiled the design of the new London Piccadilly line tube trains. 94 state-of-the-art tube trains will replace the current fleet of the Piccadilly line, which was built in the 1970s. The new generation of trains will offer passengers more spacious, air-conditioned walk-through carriages and improved accessibility. The trains are scheduled to be in service on the Piccadilly line from 2025.
A new and exciting exhibition opens its doors on 8th October 2013 in London at the Crystal. Presented by engineering experts Siemens in conjunction with London Transport Museum and media specialists CBS Outdoor UK, 'Going Underground: Our journey to the future' will showcase future developments for metro-style trains and stations. At the heart of the exhibition will be a full-size mock up of a brand new concept metro train – the Siemens Inspiro. A mix of interactive exhibits on display - housed in a temporary 'station' building - will focus on technologies to help travellers find their way more easily, electronic ticketing developments, passenger information systems and station management solutions. "Going Underground" is free to enter and will be open for a three month period. It will be located on the site of The Crystal in Royal Victoria Docks, London.