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New Delhi, India

BOMBARDIER MOVIA Metro

In July 2007, Bombardier Transportation was awarded


a contract by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd (DMRC)
to supply 340 BOMBARDIER* MOVIA* metro cars in 4,
6 and 8-car trainset configuration for operation on the
extended Delhi metro network. In March 2008 and July
2010, DMRC exercised the options for additional 84 and
114 MOVIA metro cars. In 2011, another 76 cars were
ordered, bringing the total number of metro cars ordered
to 614 cars.

The first units of carbodies, bogies and propulsion system


were manufactured by Bombardier sites in Germany and
Sweden. Thereafter, the main production was undertaken by
Bombardier site in Savli, Vadodara. Key elements of the
complete design were produced at Bombardier's Indian
engineering centre in Hyderabad in cooperation with
Bombardier's Vsters (Sweden) site. This project envisages
a design approach that enables a high degree of localisation
and transfer of technology processes for Bombardier.
DMRC will be operating the largest fleet of MOVIA metro cars
in the world, benefiting from economies of scale in both

Metros

acquisition and maintenance costs. The modern MOVIA highcapacity metro vehicles integrate the world's most advanced
technologies such as stainless steel carbodies and the reliable
BOMBARDIER* MITRAC* propulsion and control system featuring
IP technology. The flexible, modular design is equipped with
BOMBARDIER* FLEXX* Metro 3000 bogies, an extremely robust
and reliable design, specifically adapted by our engineers to
suit the existing infrastructure.
During the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi the MOVIA
metro trains were a cornerstone of the mobility plan successfully
implemented by DMRC.

Project Schedule

Dimensions and Weight

Contract Award (RS2)

Jul 2007

4-car Train length over couplers

89 680 mm

Contract Award (Option)

Mar 2008

Driving Trailer Car length

22 600 mm

Contract Award (RS5)

Jul 2010

Intermediate Motor Car length

22 240 mm

Contract Award (RS7)

Aug 2011

Intermediate Trailer Car length

22 240 mm

Final vehicle delivery (RS2)

May 2010

Car width, max

3 200 mm

Final vehicle delivery (RS5)

Oct 2011

Car height, max (ARL)

4 048 mm

May 2013

Floor height (ARL)

1 130 mm

Ceiling height

2 050 mm

Final vehicle delivery (RS7)

Vehicle Data

Platform height, typical

1 090 mm

Type of Vehicle

MOVIA metro

Bogie distance

15 000 mm

Quantity ordered

614 cars

Wheel base

2 500 mm

4 and 6 and 8 -car trainsets

Tare weight

~ 42 ton/car

Max axle load

< 17 ton

Train consist

Technical Characteristics

Performance and Capacity

Line voltage

25 kV

Max. Operational speed

85 km/h

Train configuration

4 DT-M-M-DT
6 DT-M-T-M-M-DT
8 DT-M-T-M-T-M-M-DT

Starting Acceleration

0.82 m/s2

Emergency retardation

1.3m/s2

Service retardation

1.0 m/s2

Capacity (8 passengers/m2)

1 480

Minimum curve radius (operational)

200 m

Minimum curve radius (depot)

175 m

Seats

DT 42, M/T 50

Track gauge

1 676 mm

Bodyshell

Stainless Steel

Brakes

Regenerative / Disc

Bogies

FLEXX Metro 3000

Propulsion system

MITRAC TC1420

Control system

MITRAC IP-technology

No of seated passengers
DT car
M/T car
4-car train
6-car train
8-car train

42
50
184
284
384

Standing area
DT car
M/T car
4-car train
6-car train
8-car train

39.75 m2
41. 25 m2
162 m2
244. 5 m2
327 m2

BOMBARDIER MOVIA Metro

New Delhi, India

Jahangierpuri

Line

Rohini West

Adarash Nagar

Azadpur

Rohini East
Pitampura

Netaji Subhash
Place

Keshav
Puram

Rajdhani
Park

Nangloi

Peeragarhi

Udyog
Nagar

Paschim
Vihar East

Paschim
Vihar West

Shiva Ji
Park

Madipur

Ashok
Park Main

Satguru Ram
Singh Marg

Ramesh
Nagar

Rajouri Garden

Uttam Nagar
West
Nawada

Najafgarh
Depot

Dwarka

Under Construction

Violet Line

Metro Museum

Jhilmil

Mansarovor
Park

Preet
Vihar

wk
Cho
Rajiv
Barakhamba
Road

Ramakrishna
Ashram Marg

Patel Chowk

Mandi
House

Dilshad
Garden

Karkarduma

Pragati
Maidan

Akshardham

Yamuna
Bank

J.L.N.
Stadium

Mayur Vihar Extn.

New
Ashok Nagar

Race Course

Noida
Sector 15

Noida
Sector 16

Jangpura

Noida
Sector 18
Golf
Course

I.N.A.
A.I.I.M.S.

Delhi
Aerocity

Lajpat Nagar

Green Park

Vaishali

Nirman
Yamuna
Vihar
Depot
Laxmi Nagar
Indraprastha

Khan Market

Jor Bagh

Kaushambi

Anand
Vihar-ISBT

Mayur
Vihar I

Udyog Bhawan

Uttam Nagar
East

Dwarka
Sector 10

Shahdara

Welcome

Central Secretariat

Janakpuri West

Dwarka
Sector 11

Under Construction

Orange Line

Chawri Bazar

Dwarka
Sector 13

Dwarka
Sector 12

Shastri Park

Jhandewalan

Dhaula
Kuan
Dwarka
Sector 14

Train Depot

Green Line

Chandni Chowk

Karol Bagh

Shivaji
Stadium

Tilak Nagar

Janakpuri East

Shastri Park
Kashmere Depot
Seelampur
Gate

New Delhi

Patel
Nagar

Interchange Station

BlueLine

Yellow Line

Khyber Pass
Depot

Pulbangash

Tagore Garden

Subhash Nagar

Dwarka Mor

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adip
Sh
Rajendra
Place

Kirti
Nagar

Civil Lines

Pratap
Nagar

Shastri
Nagar

Punjabi Bagh

Moti Nagar

Vidhan Sabha

Kanhaiya
Nagar

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rlo
k

Mundka

Surajmal
Stadium

Vishwavidyalaya

In

Nangloi
Rly. Station

G.T.B. Nagar

Ha Tis
za
ri

Kohat
Enclave

Model Town

Colour Code

Red Line

Moolchand

Kailash Colony

Botanical
Garden

Noida
City Centre

Nehru Place

Hauz Khas

Dwarka
Sector 9

Kalkaji Mandir
IGI
Airport

Govindpuri

Maviya Nager

Dwarka
Sector 8

Saket
Dwarka
Sector 21

Okhla
Jasola-Apollo

Qutab Minar
Sarita Vihar
Sultanpur

Mohan
Estate
Tughlakabad

Sultanpur
Depot
IFFCO
Chowk

Sarita Vihar
Depot

Chhattarpur

Ghitorni

Badarpur

Sikandarpur
Arjangarh

HUDA
City Centre

M.G.
Road

Guru
Dronacharya

Bombardier is responsible for the supply of the rolling stock for the Delhi Metro Line II (Yellow Line), III and IV (Blue Line) of
Phase I and II in the network.

Bombardier Transportation
B/301-307, Somdutt Chambers I,
5, Bhikaji Cama Place,
New Delhi 110 066, India
Tel +91 11 26 18 03 38 to 44
Fax +91 11 26 18 66 51

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