In December 2020, the total fleet of mainline freight locomotives of Russian Railways decreased by 4.6% in annual dynamics and amounted to 10674 traction units. In December 2020, according to Russian Railways, the total number of mainline freight locomotives owned by Russian Railways amounted to 10674 units on average per day, which is 4.6% lower than the same indicator a year earlier, informs Railway Supply magazine with reference to RZD Partner.

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The daily number of mainline freight locomotives owned by Russian Railways at the end of December 2020 amounted to 4,651 (on average per day), which is 2% lower than the same indicator in December 2019, when it was 4,745.

The planned indicators for the operation of the fleet of mainline freight electric locomotives of Russian Railways assumed the use of 5,240 traction units on average per day in December 2020, the actual figure was 5,155 on average per day (98.4% of the plan).

The planned indicators for the operation of the fleet of mainline freight diesel locomotives of Russian Railways assumed the use of 1,355 traction units on average per day in December 2020, the actual figure was 1,349 per day (99.5% of the plan).

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