Alstom and NCRTC celebrate the arrival of the new metro fleet
Alstom has successfully delivered the first indigenously manufactured trainset for Meerut Metro to the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) as part of a contract signed in 2020 for the delivery of 210 cars for the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS). 
The Merut Metro is an urban Mass Rapid Transit System (MRTS) that will operate across the 25km stretch of Line 1 connecting Partapur to Modipuram via 11 stations.  
Olivier Loison, Managing Director of Alstom India, said, 'The Meerut Metro is a step forward in the country's ambition to modernise intra and intercity rail travel and we are delighted to be delivering our next generation products towards realising this vision.' 
Shri Vinay Kumar Singh, Managing Director NCRTC said, 'Namo Bharat trains and Meerut Metro are a testament to our unwavering committment towards the realisation of the National Master Plan.' 
Designed at Alstom's Hyderabad engineering centre and manufactured at Savli, these trains are indigenous, in line with the Government's Make-In-India and Aatmanirbhar Bharat ambitions. The trainset will undergo its due testing upon arrival at the Meerut depot. 
Indigenously manufactured in Alstom's factory in Savli (Gurjarat), the first Metro train of the Meerut Metro has been delivered (Alstom) 
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