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Transmashholding’s Demikhovo plans is to supply a further 10 EP2D 11-car DC electric multiple-units to Moscow operator Central Suburban Passenger Co between February and May this year.
The manufacturer said the EMUs would combine modern looks and high performance with passenger comfort and safety. The driving cars will have folding ramps for wheelchairs, and all signage will include Braille.
TMH’s DMZ plant unveiled the first EP2D in 2015, after developing the design to Central PPPK’s specifications. The operator has taken delivery of 85 11-car sets since 2016, and ordered 27 last year.
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