PC Transport Systems (PC TS) has performed its obligations under the contract for the supply of 22 nos. Admiral trolleybuses to Samara. The rolling stock was delivered to the Samara Tram and Trolleybus Department Municipal Enterprise . Within the upcoming days, the new vehicles are to start operating in the streets of the city.
"Very soon the dwellers of Samara will change their idea of comfortable public transport after having a ride on our new modern trolleybuses," Felix Vinokur, the President of PC Transport Systems, commented." - "High quality, safety and comfort are the "three pillars" in the base of our products. We are the only one using aluminum alloys in the interior design thereby reducing the fire load of the interior and also making it highly aesthetic, durable and wear-resistant. Admiral not only will have a long service life but it is to become a harmonious addition to the cityscape."
Admiral 6281 trolleybus is unrivalled among its peers in the domestic market. The engineers implemented every feature in this model to ensure maximum comfort and safety of passengers: video monitoring of passengers loading and unloading, traffic monitoring, spacious accumulation areas at the doorways, ergonomic bright interior, new multimedia systems, USB ports for charging mobile gadgets, modern climate control systems.
Admiral 6281 is a completely low-floor designed model and has three wide doorways with thereby increased passenger flow rate at stops and reduced transit time of passing a designated route. This increases the operational efficiency of the rolling stock. The 80% portion of the trolleybus is assembled of Russian-made components and the vehicle is featured by the emergency autonomous run. The total passenger capacity is 96 persons with 33 seats. The maximum design speed is 70 km/h.
Let us remind you that the tender for the supply of 22 nos. Admiral trolleybuses for Samara was won by the State Transport Leasing Company (GTLK), whom the PC TS signed a contract with for manufacture of rolling stock. Samara received the vehicles within the scope of the city participation in the national program for Safe and High-quality Highways whereunder 60% of the contract value is funded from the federal budget with the 40% balance funded from the regional budget.