InterPanter Electric Trains Start Serving in the Czech Republic

In the Czech Republic, InterPanter Electric Trains Started to Serve: Czech Republic Railways (CD) introduced the new model 660 InterPanter electric trains. Electric trains ordered by Czech Railways in 2014 in August were produced by Skoda. Intercom train trains 1970 started to serve in Prague-Ceska Trebova-Brno line in January.
In total, 14 of 4 units ordered by 3 was produced as 10 with wagon and 4 was produced as 160 with wagon. The trains on the hour can go up to 42 km and the doors are designed as low floors. 350 of the InterPanter electric trains produced can serve XNUMX passengers, first class.
Trains were produced in accordance with European Union TSI-PRM standards. Trains include playgrounds for children, bicycle luggage areas and wi-fi service.

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