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Siemens bags order worth euro 49 m from Delhi Metro

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New Delhi , Sept. 24

SIEMENS AG's Transportation Systems (TS) has been awarded a Euro 49 million order by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to equip its new metro line with signalling and communications systems.

This order, to be executed by Siemens AG and Siemens Ltd in partnership, marks the group's first breakthrough into India's mass transit (metro) market, a release said.

Siemens will equip DMRC's new 23.5-km Line 3 with an automatic train control system that includes signalling and telecommunication systems.

The ATC will enable trains to operate at 2-minute headways and at a maximum speed of 80 km/h.

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