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Cehia - Praga Andrei Andraș

Aveau deja. Se vede în pozele de mai sus, cea roș-albastră. Ce a prezentat Robert este viitoarea schemă de vopsire ce va fi aplicată pe vehicule în următorii 15 ani.

 


  • Author: PTMZ
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Skoda Electric va livra 14 autobuze electrice E'City la Praga:
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Škoda Electric will supply 14 new electric buses to the Prague Public Transit Company (DPP). These will be the first standard-length electric buses purchased by the city.

The first Škoda E’City electric bus is scheduled to arrive in Prague at the end of December this year, and the remaining 13 at the beginning of next year.

DPP last year announced a competition for supplying the buses. The total value of the contract, including possible options such as purchase of new storage batteries, is CZK 207 million.

The Škoda E’City is a fully emission-free electric bus. Its heating and air conditioning are powered exclusively electrically. This is unlike the vast majority of electric buses operated in the Czech Republic, which use standard diesel heating that produces a significant amount of emissions, especially in the winter.

The low-floor bus can transport capacity of 69 people. To make it easier for passengers to get on and off, it is equipped with a kneeling system that can lower the boarding edge at the door. The pneumatic chassis system, on the other hand, also allows the height of the body to be raised.

“We promised that by 2024 there would be a fifth less emissions in Prague, and by 2030 a third of buses will be electrically powered. One of the steps is the purchase of new electric buses,” Prague Deputy Mayor Adam Scheinherr, responsible for transit and chairman of the DPP supervisory board, said in a press release.

DPP should become the flagship among transport companies in the Czech Republic by using modern 21st century technologies, according to Scheinherr.

“Prague will become a city in which bus services within public transport will normally provide quiet, emission-free vehicles for alternative fuels, and by purchasing the first 100 percent emission-free electric buses for Prague public transport, we are contributing to the fulfillment of Prague's climate commitment,” he said.

Sursa: Expats.cz

 


  • Author: ticker
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Asta e practic un Temsa Avenue Electron.

 


  • Author: GPS
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Au fost revopsite primele două vehicule în schema Pid.


















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  • Author: GPS
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Ziua de sâmbătă, 19 Iunie 2021, a marcat încheierea epocii Tatra T6A5 în Praga. Introduse în anul 1995, acestea reprezentau la momentul achiziției un plus adus transportului din capitala Cehiei. În ultima zi acestea au circulat solo pe linia 4, fiind prezente 6 vagoane, astfel 8601, 8637, 8658, 8702, 8748 și 8750. Din cele 6 vagoane, 3 au fost retrase definitiv și vor fi vândute în diverse orașe din Europa, iar celelalte 3 vor fi păstrate ca vagoane istorice: 8601 și 8750 pentru curse speciale, iar 8702 ca vagon de muzeu - fiind deja expus de mai mulți ani. Câteva imagini din ultima zi:


















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The very first electric tram in Prague began its route in the city on July 18, 1891, and a procession of historic vehicles early tomorrow morning will honor 130 years of trams in the Czech capital.

Thirteen historic trams from around the Czech Republic will arrive at the Královka tram stop from around 7:15 a.m. on Sunday morning, July 18, providing a unique opportunity for fans to photograph them together.

From 8:15 a.m., the vehicles will begin their procession towards Letenské náměstí, passing by central Prague locations including Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Karlovo náměstí, and Wenceslas Square. The journey will last about 70 minutes.

The vehicles taking part in the parade will include the oldest serviceable tram in the Czech Republic, a historic no. 18 from Plzeň. It will lead the procession.

Other vehicles taking part in the parade include two historic Ringhoffer models, six Tatras, and two modern Škoda trams.

The parade route ends near the starting location of the very first electric tram in Prague 130 years ago.

Prague's first electric tram was developed by famed inventor and electrical engineer František Křižík, nicknamed the "Czech Edison" for his pioneering use of electricity and numerous inventions.

Křižík began developing the electric tram in 1890, and had already started construction on the new railway by the time he was granted the necessary permits in May, 1891. Just two months later, his tram took off on its first journey.

Prague's first electric tram line was located at the top of Letná Hill, near the location of the upper stop on the city's former cable car up the hill, and ran for just 800 meters.

Today, the area contains one of the city's more popular beer gardens. But a tiny piece of the railway that carried Prague's first electric tram has been preserved in Letná Park, and is marked by a small plaque.

Sursa: Expats.cz

 


  • Author: Aron
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Re: Cehia - Praga Aron

Sa vedem spiritul Craciunului si pe alte meleaguri




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A consortium comprised of Solaris Bus & Coach, Solaris Czech and Škoda Electric has submitted a winning bid in a trolleybus tender concerning the delivery of 20 bi-articulated Trollino 24, held by the Prague public transport operator Dopravní podnik. This is the first such large order for vehicles of this type. The deliveries shall be carried out within 24 months of the signing of the contract.

The tender, launched by operator Dopravní podnik hlavního města Prahy (DPP), concerned the delivery of 20 bi-articulated trolleybuses. Solaris Bus & Coach, Solaris Czech and Škoda Electric jointly submitted the winning bid. The Solaris Trollino 24 vehicles will roll onto the streets of Prague over the course of the next two years.

Each vehicle will feature four axles, including two drive axles. The drive of the Trollino 24 will consist of two traction motors. Traction batteries, used as a source of energy in the event of power supply failure, will be placed on the roof of the vehicle’s second section. The minimum range of the trolleybus, when running on traction batteries stipulated in the tender specification, amounts to 11 km, Solaris specifies.
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The exact length of this bi-articulated trolleybus is 24,700 mm. It can carry up to 179 passengers, including 54 people seated. The vehicle interior will also feature two bays for passengers in wheelchairs. The Trollino 24 is a five-door-model with a 2-2-2-2-2 door layout. Both the lighting in the passenger compartment and external lighting have been designed using LED technology. What is more, the vehicles will boast various amenities such as destination blinds, efficient air-conditioning and a video surveillance system consisting of cameras monitoring the interior, a rear-view camera and a pantograph camera. Drivers will carry out their duties in a comfortable enclosed cabin separated from the passenger compartment by a half-glazed partition.
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The bi-articulated Solaris trolleybus was presented for the first time to the public in 2019, at the Busworld trade fair in Brussels. In 2020, the trolleybus was test-driven in regular passenger traffic in Bratislava, where an order for 16 units was commissioned. This is yet another trolleybus model in the manufacturer’s range. The company added these zero-emission vehicles to its offering back in 2001. Since then, it has delivered 1800 Trollinos to customers all over Europe.

“We would like to congratulate the of Prague on this investment in state-of-the-art and locally emission-free vehicles! The Trollino 24 trolleybus is our response to increasing passenger capacities on the most used routes in congested towns and cities. Putting 20 bi-articulated trolleybuses into operation will be a perfect solution for this metropolis. I am convinced that these cutting-edge, carefully designed, and above all, zero-emission vehicles with extensive equipment will become a calling card for the Czech capital”, said Petros Spinaris, Management Board Member of Solaris for Sales, Marketing and After Sales.

Sursa: Sustainable Bus

 


Re: Cehia - Praga punmeister

Ma mir ca s-a bagat Skoda pe partea de electronica, normal doar cei de la Kiepe Electric aveau echipamentele necesare pentru bi-articulate.

 


  • Author: ByOnu
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Re: Cehia - Praga ByOnu

O perspectiva SINCERA asupra mobilitatii din Praga. Nu este un ghid turistic.



 


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