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Six additional metro trains from Siemens Mobility for Nuremberg

The picture shows a type G1 metro train.

The picture shows a type G1 metro train.

"With the G1 train, we'll clearly be launching a new era of underground operation. The trains not only look sleekly modern inside and out, but also meet all our expectations. We can carry more passengers, offer them greater comfort and also improve usability for people with reduced mobility. With this train running on the U1 line, we can tackle the next 40 years of metro operation," said VAG Executive Board Member responsible for Technology and Marketing Tim Dahlmann-Resing.
"The G1 is a highly advanced train that's been designed specifically to meet the needs of Nuremberg. All trains can also be converted later to automated operation, making them future-proof over their entire lifecycle," said Sabrina Soussan, CEO Siemens Mobility.
While the train was being developed, attention focused on passenger comfort and optimized passenger flows. Wider doors and full-length passenger access improve passenger access and distribution. The bright and friendly interior with generous multi-functional areas gives passengers a feeling of security and ensures a pleasant sense of space. Passengers are continually provided with the latest travel information via a comprehensive passenger information system. A compact air-conditioning system ensures pleasant interior temperatures. LED light bars above the door inside and on the door panel outside indicate whether the door is opening or closing: Similar to a traffic light, green signals "board now" and red signals "stop" as the door moves. When the doors are moving, the light bars blink accordingly and warn against boarding. Automatic gap-bridging at all doors increases passenger safety, improves passenger flows and allows barrier-free access for all passengers.
The trains are designed for manual operation. To enable their automated operation in the future, necessary installation spaces and interfaces for later retrofitting will be provided and the driver's cab can be removed.

This press release, press photos and additional material are available at: www.siemens.com/press/G1-Nuremberg

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Feature: Nuremberg orders new metro trains from Siemens

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Siemens Mobility is a separately managed company of Siemens AG. As a leader in transport solutions for more than 160 years, Siemens Mobility is constantly innovating its portfolio in its core areas of rolling stock, rail automation and electrification, turnkey systems, intelligent traffic systems as well as related services. With digitalization, Siemens Mobility is enabling mobility operators worldwide to make infrastructure intelligent, increase value sustainably over the entire lifecycle, enhance passenger experience and guarantee availability. In fiscal 2018, which ended on September 30, 2018, the former Siemens Mobility Division posted revenue of €8.8 billion and had around 28,400 employees worldwide. Further information is available at: www.siemens.com/mobility.
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