More Turkish trams will operate in Olsztyn
The current two Durmazlar trams will be joined by others this week. Olsztyn (Poland) received two more cars from the manufacturer (3017 and 3018). They will be able to serve passengers from Friday.
The first two Panorama trams from the Turkish manufacturer Durmazlar have been operating in Olsztyn since mid-June. They have already become a part of the cityscape, and because of their light green color, many travelers do not distinguish them from Solaris buses, reports Railway Supply, citing Raport Kolejowy.
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Ultimately, 12 Turkish trams will soon operate in Olsztyn. Each of the 12 ordered trams will cost the city € 1.9 million, that is, a total of € 23.7 million. At the end of the year, the contract option for the purchase of 12 more trams will expire.
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