Posted by: leothegeo | 2013/11/14

Solaris Tramino Arriving In Jena

The city of Jena received its first of five Solaris Tramino trams. Named ‘Erlangen’ after Jena’s twin city, it was officially presented to Jenaer Nahverkehr on November 9. These trams are 100% low-floor and bidirectional. They measure 29.9 metres long and 2.3 metres wide and can fit a total of 168 passengers. They also come installed with an air-conditioning system and are the first Polish trams to operate in Germany.

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Jena is the second largest city in the German federal state of Thuringia. It has a population of approximately 107,000 inhabitants. The city’s tramway network is approximately 23.3 km long and consists of five daytime lines and an additional three lines which only operate during some off-peak hours.

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