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To aid visibility of the current status of the trams on this fleet list the following colour coding is used:
Operational, Under Attention, Withdrawn, Not Yet Delivered

Citadis 301

Built: 2003-4 by Alstom, French
No. of sections:: 5
Seats: 72 (plus space for 220 standing)
Motors: 6 x 120kW
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph

No. Livery Link
3001 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
3002 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3003 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
3004 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3005 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3006 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3007 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3008 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3009 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3010 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3011 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3012 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3013 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3014 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3015 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
3016 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3017 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3018 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3019 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
3020 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3021 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
3022 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3023 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3024 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
3025 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
3026 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo

Notes:
These trams were delivered as three section vehicles before being lengthened to five sections between 2003 and 2004.

Citadis 401

Built: 2003-4 by Alstom, French
No. of sections:: 5
Seats: 72 (plus space for 220 standing)
Motors: 6 x 120kW
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph

No. Livery Link
4001 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4002 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4003 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4004 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
4005 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
4006 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4007 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4008 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4009 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4010 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4011 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4012 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4013 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
4014 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo

Notes:
These trams were delivered as three section vehicles before being lengthened to five sections between 2003 and 2004.

Citadis 402

Built: 2009-10 by Alstom, French
No. of sections:: 7 (being extended to 9)
Seats: 68 (plus space for 291 standing)
Motors: 6 x 120kW
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph

No. Livery Link
5001 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5002 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5003 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5004 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5005 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5006 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
5007 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5008 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5009 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5010 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5011 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5012 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5013 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5014 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5015 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5016 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
5017 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5018 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5019 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5020 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5021 Advert for "I've Grown" capacity enhancement
5022 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5023 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5024 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5025 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5026 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)

Notes:
These trams are currently in the process of being extended from seven to nine sections. The first to be completed was 5021 in October 2019 with 5001, 5002, 5003, 5008, 5010, 5014, 5018 and 5021 also confirmed as completed.

Citadis 502

Built: 2017-18 by Alstom, French
No. of sections:: 9
Capacity: 408
Motors: 6 x 120kW
Power Conductor: Single Arm Pantograph

No. Livery Link
5027 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5028 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
5029 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5030 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5031 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5032 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe) Photo
5033 Fleet Livery (mainly silver with yellow stripe)
5034
5035
5036
5037
5038
5039
5040
5041

Notes:
Eight new Citadis 502 trams are due to be delivered during 2020-1.

This page was last updated on Sunday 10th May 2020


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