The new Stadler tram for Sarajevo. (Stadler)
The first of 15 new Stadler Tango NF3 trams for the Bosnia Herzegovina city of Sarajevo was displayed at the Trako International Railway fair in the Polish city of Gdansk. 
The 31.1m three-section 100% low-floor tram is the first to be completed under the EUR 34.7M contract placed in September 2021, with financial assistance from the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. 
It will carry 180 passengers, 79 seated, in air-conditioned comfort and features CCTV and a digital passenger information system. 
Sarajevo, population 640 000, has an 11km standard-gauge tramway with one main route (there is a branch to the railway station) and six lines.  
The first tram to run in the was on a 760mm-gauge line opened in 1885. The system was converted to standard gauge in 1958-1960. The last new trams purchased by the city were Tatra K2 in the 1983. The current fleet includes many second-hand cars donated to the city as part of reconstruction after the Yugoslav civil war. 
The new Stadler tram for Sarajevo. (Stadler)
The new Stadler tram for Sarajevo. (Stadler) 
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