From the EIB's website:
Cette opération concerne la réalisation de la ligne 5 du tramway de Montpellier qui consiste en la construction de 16 km de tramway, l'acquisition de 22 rames de tramway pour l'exploitation de la ligne 5 et la réhabilitation d'un dépôt existant pour accueillir le nouveau matériel roulant
La nouvelle ligne de tramway améliorera l'offre de transport en commun en favorisant le report modal des voyageurs du transport privé routier vers les transports en commun. Ainsi, le projet devrait réduire la pollution et les émissions de gaz à effet de serre et améliorer la qualité de l'air de l'environnement local.
Translated with DeepL:
This operation concerns the construction of line 5 of the Montpellier tramway, which consists of the construction of 16 km of tramway, the acquisition of 22 tramway trains for the operation of line 5 and the rehabilitation of an existing depot to accommodate the new rolling stock.
The new light rail line will improve public transportation by encouraging a modal shift from private road transportation to public transportation. As a result, the project is expected to reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions and improve the air quality of the local environment.
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
Borrower - Montpellier Mediterranee Metropole:
Address: 50 place Zeus, CS 39556, 34961 Montpellier Cedex 2
Phone: +33 04 67 13 60 00
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