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The first 29 model 71-623-04 vehicles will be delivered to the Krasnodar Department of Transport and Road Facilities this year, with the remaining 27 delivered in 2021.
The four-axle, variable level vehicles can be operated as single vehicles or in multiple. The LRVs feature two-stage suspension, meet requirements for noise and vibration levels, and are designed for high energy efficiency and ease of maintenance.
The area around the doors is 100% low-floor, and the interiors feature CCTV, electronic passenger information displays, USB sockets, emergency buttons, and Wi-Fi.
Last year, UKVZ delivered 31 single-car LRVs and four three-car LRVs to Krasnodar.
UKVZ will also supply two two-car 100% low-floor LRVs and seven one-car LRVs to Novokuznetsk.
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