Convenient and modern: 80 percent of Moscow's trams are completely low-floor

August 15

80 percent of trams serving passengers in Moscow are completely low-floor.

"The trams renewal is proceeding at a rapid pace. More and more depots are completely switching to new low-floor trams and becoming the youngest fleets in Europe. In 2014, the first fully low-floor trams started serving the routes, since then the Moscow tram fleet has been updated by 80 percent - now we have more than 500 such trams. We plan in 2023 only new trams will operate in Moscow," Maxim Liksutov, Deputy Moscow Mayor, Head of the Department of Transport and Development of Road Transport Infrastructure, said.

The trams of the new generation are equipped with everything necessary to make the trip as comfortable as possible. The low floor makes it easier for the elderly and people with limited mobility to travel. All cars have a built-in climate control system. They also have media screens, USB ports and USB Type-C connectors for charging gadgets.


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