Railways / Germany: Diesel Multiple Units / Alstom Coradia LINT 54-81 (620/622)
Since 2011, the manufacturer Alstom is building "Coradia LINT" railcars with two bogies under each part of the car and a modified head design. They represent a further development of the LINT 27 / LINT 41-type railcars with Jacobs-type bogies, which were built since 1999. The two-part variant is referred to as LINT 54, the three-part variant as LINT 81 (the number indicates the length in metres). Pictures of the LINT predecessor series are available → here.
Public Transport / Germany / Nuremberg
The Nuremberg tramway network has a length of almost 40 kilometres and is served by 5 lines (as of 2016). Three U-Bahn (Underground) lines run on a 35 kilometre-network. The driverless lines U2 and U3 share one tunnel in the city centre. The line U1 is operated conventionally. Operator of both modes of transport and the buses in the city is the → VAG (Verkehrs-AG Nürnberg).