On Tuesday, December 14, the first tram of the Korean company was launched. The tram left the  number 17.

First Hyundai tram to debut in Warsaw

This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to transport-publiczny.pl

Tramwaje Warszawskie signed a contract with Hyundai Rotem in June 2019 for 123 trams with an option for another 90 units. The cost exceeds 1.8 billion zlotys. In June – July, the first two Korean trams arrived in Poland.

Although the trams were produced in South Korea, many of the components and elements are supplied by Polish companies.

First Hyundai tram to debut in Warsaw

A total of 123 trams will be delivered to Warsaw under the basic order. The contractor will provide 85 two-sided trams and 18 one-sided trams, approximately 33 meters long, as well as 20 shorter one-way trams up to 24 meters long.

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Upon delivery, low-floor trams will make up about 70% of Warsaw rolling stock. There is also an option to supply another 90 trams (45 two-sided and 45 one-sided, 33 m long), the purchase of which depends on the availability of funds from Warsaw.

First Hyundai tram to debut in Warsaw

First Hyundai tram to debut in Warsaw

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