Next Gen Trams new stabling & maintenance facility
The Victorian Government is investing $1.85 billion in 100 Next Generation Trams and a proposed new state of the art tram maintenance and stabling facility in Melbourne’s west to house them. The project is intended to include a minimum of 65 per cent local content, supporting up to 1,900 local jobs including in the wider economy.
The trams will provide higher passenger capacity, modern accessibility features and power cost reduction benefits.
The Department of Transport has purchased a vacant site in Maidstone and will lead its development on behalf of the Victorian government. The site will be developed into the proposed new tram maintenance and stabling facility and several other essential service projects to support community needs.
Supplier opportunities and registration of interest can be managed by visiting the Next Generation Trams project, visit the Industry Capability Network (ICN) website.