• BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM
  • BUDAPEST TRAM

BUDAPEST TRAM

The company Budapesti Közlekedési Központ (BKK), which operates urban transport in the city of Budapest, has awarded a contract for the supply of 37 Urbos model trams to CAF. This agreement specifically provides for the supply of 25 5-module trams and 12 9-module trams, all 100% low floor. The Urbos 100 bogie system provides a constant floor level of 350 mm above the track along the entire vehicle.

The units are also designed for the eventual retrofit of the on-board energy storage ACR system, for catenary-free travel on route sections in the city's historic quarters.

The vehicle is also equipped with a state-of-the-art video entertainment and passenger information system (interior and exterior panels, TFT screens, emergency intercoms, etc.) for perfect passenger information.

The Hungarian capital, a pioneer in this means of transport, boasts an extensive tram network with almost 40 lines running across the city.

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Technical data sheet

  • CompositionMc-S-T-S-Mc / Mc-S-T-S-M-S-T-S-Mc
  • Train length (mm): 34,166 / 55,911
  • Total Passenger Capacity 326/562 (7,28p/m2)
  • Maximum speed (km/h) 50
  • Equipment
    • Cab air conditioning
    • Passenger saloon air conditioning
    • Audio and visual information for passengers
    • Video surveillance
    • Events recorder (black box)
    • On board passenger counting system
    • Control and supervision system