The first car was delivered in September 2005, with a total number of 20 trams ordered from Bombardier, with an option for a further 23 vehicles.The GT8N-1 is the second generation of low-floor tramcars in Bremen.Both companies extended their network, and lines were opened to Freihafen (1888), Hohentor (1889) and Arsterdamm (1880/1884).
The prototype was sold to the Norrköping tramways in Sweden in 1999.
The GT8N-1 is the newest tramway vehicle in BSAG's rolling stock fleet.
The vehicle has an overall length of 35,400 mm and a maximum speed of 70 km/h.
It consists of three sections with a total of four bogies.
The network is currently operated by Bremer Straßenbahn AG (which means Bremen Tramways Company Ltd) (often abbreviated BSAG). line 1S) are express lines, which do not stop at every station.