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5 Одесская - Морозова - Плехановская - Конный рынок - Кошкина - Плехановская - Одесская до 11.2018 Ремонт пр. Московского на участке от пл. Конституции до Харьковской наб.
6 Южный Вокзал - Университетская - Гольдберговская - Конный рынок - Московский пр. - 602 мкрн - Академика Павлова - Московский пр. - ул. Кошкина - ул. Плехановская - Гольдберговская - Университетская - Южный вокзал
В связи с критическим дефектом пути на неопределенный срок невозможен правый поворот с ул. Академика Павлова на пр. Московский - все вагоны 6, 8 и 27 маршрутов следуют через ул. Кошкина и Плехановскую (8 маршрут - заезд к Металлисту), либо оборачиваются через парк Машиностроителей и возвращаются обратно к Ун. Харьков.
28 Новожаново – ул. Москалевская – ул. Гольдберговская – ул. Молочная – пл. Защитников Украины – пр. Московский – ул. Академика Павлова – въезд Семиградский – ул. Бестужева – ул. Веринская – ул. Моисеевская – ст. м. «Киевская» – ул. Шевченко – ул. Сидора Ковпака – ул. Героев Труда – ул. Академика Павлова – пр. Московский – ул. Кошкина – ул. Плехановская – ул. Молочная – ул. Гольдберговская – ул. Москалевская – Новожаново реконструкции трамвайного переезда «ул. Героев Труда – пр. Тракторостроителей»
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New trams to go in streets of Minsk

July 26th, 2017

The project is an innovative development of the Stadler Minsk enterprise. The new vehicle that is called Metelitsa (the Russian for ‘snowstorm’) is equipped with a climate control system, light emitting diodes, and a navigation system. It also provides comfortable conditions for people with special needs. The tram is 27 metres long and it allows accommodating more than 250 passengers. Drivers are now undergoing training.

At first, the Metelitsa tram will go on the longest route – Zeliony Lug—Serebrianka. This tram has already been put in service in Moscow, Samara, and Krasnodar. Saint Petersburg also ordered 23 Belarusian trams.

Plans for direct tram-train link between Glasgow Airport and city

November 26th, 2016

The £144m Glasgow Airport Access Project could see journey times cut to 16.5 minutes and would bypass the need to use the busy M8.
It would involve a specially-designed hybrid tram-train using the existing railway network and on-street tracks.
It comes seven years after the Scottish government scrapped plans for a direct rail link on the grounds of cost.
If approved the system would be operational by 2025, with construction due to begin in 2022.
‘Single biggest element’
Four tram-trains per hour would run in each direction taking travellers between Glasgow Central Station, Paisley Gilmour Street and the airport.
The tram-trains would travel from Glasgow Central to Paisley before joining a new tram-line system to complete the journey to the airport.
The interchange point at Paisley Gilmour Street would allow passengers destinations on the Ayrshire and Inverclyde train lines to access the service.
The proposals are part of the £1bn city deal announced for Glasgow in 2014.
The leader of Glasgow City Council Frank McAveety said the project was “essential”.
The Labour councillor said: “We’ve long argued that a new rail link between the airport and the city centre is essential for the thousands of tourists and business travellers who fly into and out of Glasgow every day.

New U-turns and left turns to open along tramway in Dubai

August 24th, 2016

Located at the intersection of Al Sufouh-Al Gharbi streets between Jumeirah Beach Residence 1 and Jumeirah Beach Residence 2 stations, the opening of the turns will make life easier for motorists.

All left and U-turns were closed ahead of the opening of Dubai Tram in November 2014 to ensure road safety.
The closure of the turns ensured that there were zero tram-related accidents.

According to RTA, the reopening is being done after ensuring that road users are accustomed to the existence and movement of the tram.
This is the third location along the tramway that has seen an opening of left and U-turns this year.
In March, the intersection of Al Sayora-Al Sufouh streets and Al Marsa-Al Sufouh streets at Jumeirah Beach Residence saw the opening of all turns, while in June Al Marsa-Al Sharta streets intersection saw a similar development.
According to Maitha Mohammad Bin Adai, CEO of RTA’s Traffic and Roads Agency, a committee of specialists was set up and an international consultant was appointed to draw up a comprehensive plan to realise the Tram/Roads Safety Strategy.
“The plan encompasses organisational procedures encapsulated in 15 strategic recommendations integrated in a five-year plan covering programmes, procedures and initiatives undertaken in collaboration with strategic partners with the aim of achieving zero accidents level in the operation of the Dubai Tram by 2020,” said Bin Adai.

EVO1 prototype tram now taking passengers

February 7th, 2016

A prototype tram is being tested in Prague. EVO1 began passengerless testing over the summer and as of the start of February has been taking passengers on limited lines.
Passenger testing had previously been announced for October, but was delayed. Подробнее »

Tram needs to be planned in its entirety, says minister

July 14th, 2015

Luxembourg Infrastructure Minister François Bausch has defended a decision to issue a call for tender for the full tram route even though MPs have only greenlighted the first stretch between the central station and Luxexpo.
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Alstom opens line 2 of the Citadis tramway in Le Mans

September 15th, 2014

Alstom is opening the second tram line with greater Le Mans council in the presence of Jean-Claude Boulard, mayor of Le Mans and president of Le Mans Métropole, and François Papin, Site Managing Director of La Rochelle. The network is growing from 15.4 km to 19 km and the Citadis fleet is expanding from 26 to 34 trams. The eight new trams were ordered in 2012 to reinforce the service on line 1 and to operate on line 2.

Thirty metres long, the Le Mans Citadis trams already carry more than 48,000 people a day. Bringing the eight extra trams into line with the regulations on passengers with reduced mobility and making them more accessible required some major modifications: some seats have been widened, buzzers have been added to the doors, a flashing display and an intercom have been placed next to the exit and the handrails have been improved.

The Le Mans urban transport service SETRAM has also upgraded the 26 trams already in service on the network according to processes defined and deployed by Alstom, which provided logistics and parts. The city of Le Mans now has a fleet of 34 modern trams adapted to the specific needs of people with reduced mobility.