NOTTINGHAM Express Transit unveiled an upgrade to its original fleet of Bombardier ‘Incentro’ trams on May 10.
The fleet of 15 trams will receive mechanical and styling improvements to make them more like the newer 22 Alstom ‘Citadis’ trams.
The ‘Incentro’ trams have been in service since the Nottingham network opened in March 2004.
They were also refurbished in 2013/2014, but the work goes further this time to include a major mechanical overhaul, replacement of floors and all interior fittings, and improved access for passengers with disabilities.
Tram No. 203 was the first to be upgraded, and the rest will follow over the course of 2019 in a rolling programme.
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