As stated by the EIB, the project concerns the purchase, management and supervision of underground train sets, including initial stock of spare parts and specific maintenance equipment. The promoter is the local public transport provider Stadtwerke München.
The objective is to maintain the competitiveness and attractiveness of public transport in the City of Munich and to reduce reliance on private cars.
From the company's website:
Stadtwerke München (SWM), Munich's municipal utilities company, is one of the largest energy and infrastructure companies in Germany. SWM supplies Munich 24/7 with energy (electricity, natural gas, district heating/cooling), fresh drinking water, mobility and advanced, cutting-edge telecommunication services. Sustainability and climate protection are essential cornerstones of our corporate policy in all sectors.
Stadtwerke München operates the Munich public transport system via its subsidiary, Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft.
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No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Client - Stadtwerke München GmbH:
Subsidiary - Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft:
Address: MVG-Kundencenter Marienplatz ; MVG-Kundencenter Hauptbahnhof
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