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Old October 1st, 2009, 02:32 PM   #21
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Beautiful Junk Yard pics AlbertZ!

I thought grass covered tracks will only be built on Kálvária blvd and on the new route of tram line 2...
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A little update to this old thread:

Line 1 has been reconstructed, the traffic on it has resumed:
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(pics by Windblower)

Line 3 and 3F still awaits reconstruction


Line 1




Divergence from line 1 of line 2




Line 2 terminal:
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Planning begins for Hungary's first tram-train line
Monday, April 06, 2015



PLANNING began on March 18 for Hungary's first tram-train project, which will link the tram network in the city Szeged and a planned light rail line in Hódmezővásárhely via Hungarian State Railways' (MÁV) Szeged – Békéscsaba line

Utiber, Hungary, is responsible for planning the Forints 20bn ($US 72m) project and will complete detailed feasibility studies by the end of the year. Detailed planning and approval will take place next year and construction will begin in 2017 with the project due for completion in 2018.

The project involves linking Szeged tram Line 2 to the main line network at Szeged-Rókus station. Tram-trains will run on the MÁV line as far Hódmezővásárhely-Népkert, continuing on a new light rail alignment through the town centre before rejoining the heavy rail line at the city's main station. The alignment of the light rail line in Hódmezővásárhely has yet to be finalised

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Tenders called for first tram-train project in Hungary
09 Jan 2017



HUNGARY: Tenders have been called for a tram-train route to be developed between Szeged and Hódmezővásárhely in the south of the country. The cost of infrastructure is estimated at HF13·25bn and rolling stock at HF10bn, and the project will be fully financed by the EU.

The route will incorporate the current alignment of tram Route 1 in Szeged, which links the city’s main line station in the south with Rókus in the north. An 800 m connection from the current northern terminus is to be built to allow vehicles to run on to the Szeged – Békéscsaba main line, which is being electrified during the 2014-20 EU budget period

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Stadler chosen for Hungarian tram-train order
Wednesday, April 19, 2017



HUNGARIAN national train operator MÁV-Start confirmed on April 18 that it has selected Stadler Rail Valencia as preferred bidder for a contract to supply eight electro-diesel tram-trains for the Szeged - Hódmezővásárhely line

MÁV-Start says details of the order for CityLink vehicles will be disclosed when the contract is signed

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