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An Agile Release Train consists of multiple Agile Teams (between 50 and 125 people) working together to deliver a program's solution. They work with other stakeholders and provide solutions in value streams.
The goal of ARTs is to deliver value to end users consistently.
One characteristic of an ART is that its program is constantly being developed, so it has no end date. The division of an ART into multiple program increments enables flexible and incremental planning (PI-Planning).
Related article: The PI Planning event explained.
This is what the PI Planning Board for an Agile Release Train looks like in an Enterprise Agile Planning Tool.
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