The Bombardier Innovia APM 100
(formerly known as the CX-100
) is an automated people mover
(APM) rolling stock first developed by Adtranz
(now Bombardier Transportation
), intended mainly for airport connections and light rail
in towns. They are operated by Automatic Train Control
(ATC), making it fully automatic and driverless.
The Innovia APM 100 is an evolution of Adtranz's previous people mover vehicle, the C-100
. Bombardier's intended successor to the Innovia APM 100 is the Innovia APM 200
(originally simply known as the Innovia), which made its debut on Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport's Skylink
APM. However, the Innovia continues to be offered by Bombardier and will remain in service at many airports for years to come. In addition to being used at many airports, the Innovia APM 100 is used in the Miami Metromover
fleet (alongside the Adtranz C-100) that runs throughout Downtown Miami
, Florida, United States.
A popular rolling stock for intra-terminal connection in large airports, it operates in a number of airports:Current: