The public transport company of Odessa, Odesmiskelektrotrans, and the consortium of Tatra – Yug signed a contract for the supply of 13 K1T306 low-floor trams.
The procurement tender procedure was conducted in 2021 as part of the “Urban Public Transport of Ukraine” project, financed by the European Investment Bank.
The new, comfortable and modern Ukrainian-made trams, purchased with European credit funds, will soon be delivered to the city of Odesa.
This is the first contract for the supply of trams signed since the beginning of the war.
Tatra – Yug consortium manufactured and supplied 11 new trams to the city of Kyiv since February 2022, unde a contract for the delivery of 20 vehicles.
Kharkiv is another Ukrainian city which will renew its fleet and tram infrastructure. In November 2022. The City Council and the European Investment Bank entered into an agreement to prepare the project on tram system upgrade and modernization which has been damaged by the war. The project includes the acquisition of new trams and the upgrade of tracks, systems and depots. The project will start when the war ends and will be carried out under the Urban Electric Surface Transport Development Programme 2021-2025.