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Old August 19th, 2015, 08:35 PM   #1
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This thread is about public transport in Bern. Tram map from urbanrail.net:

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Swiss railway invites bids for Bern S-Bahn fleet
Wednesday, August 19, 2015



BERN Solothurn Regional Transport (RBS), which operates a 54km metre-gauge network of suburban lines radiating from the Swiss capital Bern, has invited bids for a fleet of 14 EMUs for S-Bahn Line 7

The new 60m-long EMUs, which will replace 40-year-old Mandarinli trains, will be four-car articulated sets mounted on a conventional bogie at each end and three intermediate Jakobs bogies, with eight low-floor entrances per side. The trains will be designed for rapid acceleration and will operate on lines electrified at 1.25kV dc. Three sets must be capable of operating in multiple

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Old August 19th, 2015, 10:50 PM   #3
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These are trams in Bern (Siemens Combino, but not like in Budapest)





Also there are trams like this. They have quite little intervals (about 1,5 min)



There are also trolleybuses( they are quite unsual for Europe as public transport)


If you noticed, public transport here is red (there is 1 color for public transport)
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Old August 20th, 2015, 01:45 AM   #4
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These are trams in Bern (Siemens Combino, but not like in Budapest)

Yes, this above is the first Combino type.

In Budapest (lines 4 and 6) the trams are on "Avenio" scheme (all low floor sections are 9 meters long and on bogie), also nicknamed "new combino" or "combino plus"
http://www.mobility.siemens.com/mobi...es/avenio.aspx
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Yes, this above is the first Combino type.

In Budapest (lines 4 and 6) the trams are on "Avenio" scheme (all low floor sections are 9 meters long and on bogie), also nicknamed "new combino" or "combino plus"
http://www.mobility.siemens.com/mobi...es/avenio.aspx
Didn't hear about these in Budapest. I heard only about Combino Supra
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CGI of future S-Bahn train:
http://www.globalrailnews.com/2015/0...s-bahn-trains/

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Called DUEWAG (high-floor, made in Germany)










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Station with the roof near railway station(not only for trams)





Main tram's crossroads
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Called DUEWAG (high-floor, made in Germany)
This blue tram ?
it 's not Duewag, but SWP / SIG / ABB, made in Switzerland (same that Tram 2000 of Zürich)
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Could someone update me on the fares of public transport?
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Stadler to supply 14 trains for Bern S7
Monday, May 09, 2016



BERN Solothurn Regional Transport (RBS), which operates a 54km metre-gauge network of suburban lines radiating from the Swiss capital Bern, has awarded Stadler a SFr 134m ($US 144.3m) contract to supply 14 new trains for use on line S7

S7, which connects Worb and Bern, is the network's busiest line and is used daily by 24,000 passengers. The 60m-long four-section trains will have 104 seats and room for 360 standing passengers, while the train's eight doors will significantly improve loading and alighting at stations. The trains will also offer air-conditioning and the contract includes the supply of spare parts

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