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Stadler trams start running in Bosnia and Herzegovina

16 April 2024
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The Stadler Tango NF3 in Sarajevo
The Stadler Tango NF3 in Sarajevo. Source: Vlada Kantona Sarajevo
Ivolgina Anna, Editorial Contributor to International Projects, ROLLINGSTOCK Agency
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Sotnikov Kirill, Editorial Contributor

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sarajevo launched first 3 three-car Tango NF3 LRVs.

Having 79 seats, the low-floor trams can accommodate 180 passengers and have four double-leaf and two single-leaf doors on one side. The Tango NF3 are designed to run at a maximum speed of 70 km/h.

The trams have passed tests that allow to put the new vehicles into operation right after they are delivered. Six more LRVs are to be launched by late spring, with another six trams by late summer and the remaining ten units in 2025.

Inside the Stadler Tango NF3 for Sarajevo Inside the Stadler Tango NF3 for Sarajevo. Source: Vlada Kantona Sarajevo

The €34.7 contract to supply 15 Tango NF3 was inked between Stadler and the Ministry of Transport of Sarajevo Canton in September 2021. Last December saw a €29.7 mln order for an additional ten trams. The purchase is financed through loans from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank and allowed Stadler to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina’s market.

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