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by Alexandra Scharzenberger
26.04.2017

Neue Emailadressen für trolleymotion

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, bitte beachten Sie unsere neuen Emailadressen: DI Daniel Steiner: steiner@trolleymotion.eu DWI Arnulf Schuchmann: schuchmann@trolleymotion.eu Alexandra Scharzenberger: scharzenberger@trolleymotion.eu DI Jürgen Lehmann: lehmann@trolleymotion.eu Dr. Dirk Budach: budach@trolleymotion.eu Dr. Wolfgang Backhaus: backhaus@trolleymotion.eu [more]


05.04.2017

White Paper: Stand und Entwicklungstendenzen bei elektrisch betriebenen Linienbussen

Die Welt der elektrischen Bussysteme ist in Bewegung, mehr denn je. Neue Entwicklungen, wie die Ladung von Batteriebussen während der Fahrt, treffen auf schon bestehende Lösungsansätze mit punktuellen Ladesystemen. Bisher setzte sich keine Standardlösung für elektrische Busse durch, wie das bei Bussystemen mit Verbrennungsmotoren seit langem der Fall ist. Ein wichtiger Grund hierfür ist, dass elektrischer Verkehr – ganz gleich ob mit Fahrleitung, Batterien oder Brennstoffzellen - immer eine umfangreiche Infrastruktur erfordert, deren Errichtung und Betrieb wirtschaftlich sein müssen. Vorschau White Paper  Das White Paper wurde in Zusammenarbeit von trolleymotion und der Technischen Universität Dresden, Elektrische Bahnen erstellt. Gerne können Sie es unter scharzenberger@trolleymotion.eu bestellen![more]


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City-News 

von Jürgen Lehmann 

Gdynia [PL] - EU project to assist the acquisition of 30 new trolleys

06.11.17 - On 22 September 2017, the City of Gdynia published a tender for the procurement of 30 new trolleybuses as well the retrofitting of 21 older vehicles with traction batteries. The acquisition of the new low-floor vehicles is to take place in two stages, with the initial delivery of 14 single units followed by 16 articulated trolleys. The entire project is being supported by EU funding. ... more

Santos [BR] - Trolleybus service restarts

30.10.17 - As previously announced, the city's lone trolleybus line restarted revenue services on 22 August 2017, after 18 months out of use. Operations on the ring line had temporarily ceased, because power lines had to be disassembled and re-installed along a trolleybus - light rail level crossing. ... more

Plzen [CZ] - 8 new battery trolleys in service

30.10.17 - Between late August and mid October 2017, the second series of 8 Solaris/Skoda 26Tr trolleybuses with traction batteries entered revenue service in Plzen. These vehicles have been numbered as 572-580 and replace 8 older Skoda 21Tr built between 2001 and 2003. Of the 18 originally delivered Skoda 21Tr with auxiliary diesel drives, only 6 are still in service. Specifically, these are: 488-490, 492, 493 and 496. ... more

Solingen [DE] - Historic trolleybus with trailer will be in service

23.10.17 - Sorry, only German Text available at time! ... more

Cluj-Napoca/Klausenburg [RO] - All 20 new Iveco/Astra articulated trolleys in service

23.10.17 - Since June 2017, all 20 articulated trolleybuses of the Iveco Urbanway 18 type have been delivered to Cluj. These have been fitted with electric equipment from the domestic producer Astra and were originally ordered in October 2015. They will now replace the 20 Rocar trolleys, some of which are up to 25 years old. Presently, 12 Rocar units are still part of the fleet, including the 6 articulated vehicles 020, 022, 055, 056, 060 and 086 as well as the 6 single units 076, 077, 079, 080, 135 and 136. Since late summer 2017, 3 of these articulated trolleys and 4 of the single units have been back ... more

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Das "TROLLEY" - Video

The TROLLEY movie is another piece of the puzzle of the promotion activities of the "TROLLEY"-project to shape a new and more positive image of trolleybuses in Europe. The movie is based on interviews with local and regional stakeholders, which were performed in the TROLLEY partner cities Salzburg (Austria), Brno (Czech Republic), Eberswalde (Germany), Parma (Italy), Gdynia (Poland) and Szeged (Hungary). The movie highlights advantages of trolleybuses and raises hopes in what could be improved in the future to raise awareness of trolleybuses as smart, clean and green solution for urban public transportation. Watch it on YouTube.

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