В Запорожье купят один трамвай из Европы вместо двенадцати

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27 сентября 2019 14:47

25 сентября на сессии Запорожского горсовета стало известно, что Запорожье приобретет только один трамвай у Германии, хотя раньше их планировали закупить двенадцать.

КП «Запорожэлектротранс» и ООО «ТД «Литан» подписали соглашение с Германией о поставке европейских трамваев Tatra KT4D.

В Запорожье планировали закупить 12 трамваев, но Германия выделила средства только на одно транспортное средство (2,5 млн гривен).

Как отметил заместитель городского головы Сергей Мешок, в Берлине просто не успели заменить парк транспорта, в связи с чем трамваев для продажи не было, передает «Факти. Запоріжжя».

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27 сентября 2019 г. (20:41)

Tatra KT4 is the name of a four-axle type articulated tramcar developed by the Czech firm ČKD Tatra. The first pre-production vehicles entered service in Potsdam in 1975, with the first production vehicles in 1977. A total of 1,747 units were built, with initial deliveries to East Germany (DDR) and later to the USSR and SFR Yugoslavia. KT4 va***nts were built for both standard gauge and metre gauge tramways. Production of the KT4 tramcar was halted in 1991 due to worldwide economic and political changes at the time. Production was briefly resumed in 1997 to construct the last 20 units for Belgrade, Serbia.

 
 
Cab ride in Tatra KT4D

Since the start of the 1990s, many of the earliest production tramcars have gone through extensive refurbishment and rebuilding, including the replacement of folding doors and the installation of low-floor center sections.

[1] The KT4 was originally designed to demands set out by the needs of the GDR, who found bogie cars too expensive and needed a solution to their aging fleet of two-axle vehicles. The first steps into the KT4s design were made when ČKD Tatra modified a six-axle K2 tramcar, to a four-axle suspended articulation formation which later presented itself in the KT4. The KT4 has identical pedal control systems and bogies to the Tatra T3 bogie tramcar. As production continued, the design was improved, noted particularly in 1983 with the addition of thyristor control type TV3. The type is called KT4t.

Va***tions

Va***tions of the KT4 exist, though they are generally subtle and focused around seat layout and pantograph type.

  • KT4D – German model
  • KT4Dt – German model with TV3 thyristor
  • KT4SU – Soviet Union model
  • KT4YU – Yugoslavian model

KT4D

The KT4D model was delivered to the following GDR and North Korean cities:

City Delivery years Number delivered
Berlin 1976–88 574
Brandenburg 1979–83 16
Cottbus 1978–90 65
Erfurt 1976–90 156
Frankfurt (Oder) 1987–90 34
Gera 1978–90 60
Görlitz 1987–90 11
Gotha 1981–82 6
Leipzig 1976 8
Potsdam 1974–87 45
Chongjin 1991 50
Plauen 1976–88 45
Zwickau 1987–88 22
TOTAL 1974–90 1,042

In 1984, Leipzig handed over their eight trams to Berlin. Since the early 2000s, the Tatra tramcars in the former GDR are being replaced and sold to other countries in Central and Eastern Europe.Короче говоря,собрались,как всегда ,купить старую рухлядь,которая даром никому не нужна. И да ,трамваи -чешские,которые были сделаны для ГДР.


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