The Multi-level III passenger cars will comprise 58 powered vehicles and 55 trailer coaches, and will replace 40-year-old Arrow III EMUs.


The locomotives are needed to enable NJ Transit to retire its fleet of GP-40P diesel locomotives which date from 1968 and are becoming increasingly unreliable. NJ Transit already has 35 dual-mode ALP-46 locomotives supplied by Bombardier.

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