Go-Ahead Group (LON:GOG) said it had been awarded lot 1 of the `Augsburger Netze´ routes by the Bavarian rail authority and the Baden-Wurttemberg public transport authority.
The bus and rail group said this network links to three stations that Go-Ahead will be serving from 2019 through its other contracts in Baden-Württemberg.
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The contract will consist of 56 electrical trains, which will run on a network of 7.4mln train kilometres per year, the transport firm said.
Due to kick off in 2023, the 12-year franchise is the fifth network that Go-Ahead's Germany company, Go-Ahead Bus and Bahn, has been awarded and will extend its German business to some 20mln train kilometres per year. The other contracts start in 2019and 2021.
"This network complements our existing contracts in the region and builds on our desire to provide end-to-end journeys. Our growing local team continues to look for opportunities in the region as part of our strategy to build a long-term German transport business,” Go-Ahead CEO David Brown said in a statement.
Shares in Go-Ahead were 1.3% up at 1,592.0p in early trade.