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Articulated bus MAN Lion`s City GL / A40

MAN_Lions_City_liigendbuss_TLTLiigendbuss MAN Lion´s City GL /A40/ on 18,75 meetrit pikk, 2,5 meetrit lai ja 2,98 meetrit kõrge linnabuss. Bussis on kokku 166 sõitjakohta, neist 122 seisu- ja 44 istekohta. Keskkonnasõbralik buss 235 kW ehk 320 hobujõulise diiselmootoriga, mille heitmenormiks on EURO V, kuid mis vastab ka EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle – eriti keskkonnasõbralik sõiduk) nõuetele. Busside heitgaaside vastavus tugevdatud EEV normidele saavutatakse mehaanilisel teel ilma AdBlue® lisanditeta. Esimesed EURO V liigendbussid Tallinnas. Bussidel on 6-käiguline ZF Ecolife automaat-käigukast koos integreeritud retarderiga, topeltklaasaknad ja Põhjamaades kasutamiseks mõeldud tõhus salongi kütte- ning ventilatsioonisüsteem. Buss on varustatud küljekallutus-funktsiooniga ja omab ratastooliga sisenemiseks metallrampi. Toodetud 2013. aastal.


Standard bus MAN Lion's City LE / A78 

Tallinna Linnatranspordi ASi MAN Lions City tüüpi normaalbuss

Uued MAN linnaliinibussid Vabaduse väljakul

Kolmeukselised, 12-meetri pikkused ja 2,55 meetri laiused soolobussid kõrgusega 3,15 meetrit. Keskkonna-sõbralikud bussid mootori võimsusega 213 kW ehk 290 hobujõudu (Hj) ja heitmenormiga EURO 5, mis vastab ka EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle – eriti keskkonna-sõbralik sõiduk) nõuetele. Heitgaaside vastavus tugevdatud EEV normidele saavutatakse mehaanilisel teel ilma AdBlue® lisanditeta. Bussil on kuuekäiguline ZF automaatkäigukast koos integreeritud retarderiga, topeltklaasaknad ja Põhjamaades kasutamiseks mõeldud tõhus salongi kütte- ning ventilatsioonisüsteem. Bussis on 84 sõitjakohta, neist 29 iste- ja 55 seisukohta. Ta omab külje-kallutusfunktsiooni ja on ratastooliga sisenemise hõlbustamiseks varustatud metallrambiga. Toodetud 2012 ja 2013. aastal.


Standard bus Iveco Irisbus Crossway LE SFR 161/01

Kümme Iveco bussi anti riigi poolt TAKile üle 14.12.2011

Kümme Iveco bussi anti riigi poolt TAKile üle 14.12.2011Maanteeamet sõlmis 31.05.2011 Tšehhi firmaga Iveco Czech Republic a. s. lepingu 110 Iveco Irisbus Crossway tüüpi bussi ostuks Eestile, mida rahastati Eesti Vabariigi ja Hispaania Kuningriigi vahel sõlmitud CO2 saastekvoodi ostu-müügi lepingu alusel laekuvatest vahenditest.

Maanteeamet viis sellega ellu Eesti Vabariigi ja Hispaania Kuningriigi vahel sõlmitud lubatud heitkoguste ühikutega AAU’de (Assigned Amount Units) kauplemise kokkuleppest rahastatavat rohelist investeerimisskeemi, mis on suunatud ühistranspordi arendamisele. AAU-de müük toimus Kyoto protokolli artikli 17 kohaselt, mis näeb ette, et saastekvoodi müügist saadav tulu tuleb suunata CO2 jt kasvuhoonegaaside õhku paiskamist vähendavatesse keskkonnasõbralikesse projektidesse.

Ostetavatest bussidest 100 võeti kasutusele maakonnaliinide teenindamiseks ja kümme anti 14.12.2011 kasutamiseks üle Tallinna linnale.

Tegemist on 12-meetriste normaalbussidega, mis vastavad EEV  ehk „eriti keskkonnasõbraliku sõiduki“ heitgaaside piirnormi nõuetele, mis on kõrgem hetkel Euroopas nõutavast EURO 5 piirnormist. Bussid varustatud kliimaseadmega ja liikumispuudega inimeste ligipääsu võimaldavate rampidega. Müüja on andnud bussidele 5-aastase üldgarantii ning 9-aastase garantii bussi kerele. Bussid jäävad kogu kasuliku eluea jooksul riigi omandusse.  

Busside tarnija Iveco Chech Republic a. s. esindab Kesk- ja Ida-Euroopas kontinendi suuruselt teist bussitootjat Irisbus Ivecot.


Standard bus Scania K 270 UB4X2LB

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A 2-axle, low floor city bus, built in 2007 in the Scania bus factory located in Poland. The bus has an aluminium body; its length is 11.96 m; width 2.55 m; height 3.30 m. It has 3 doors, at the first and second set of doors there are no steps upon entry. A total of 31 seats and 57 standing room places. The bus has a turbo diesel engine DC 917 270 hp that complies with the Euro 4 requirements, workload 8867 cm, capacity 198 kW, 6-gear automatic transmission ZF 6HP 592C NBS, 275/70R22.5 tyres and empty weight 11.8 tons.

The bus is equipped with a side kneeling function; next to the second door there is a collapsible metal ladder. The bus has an on-board computer for monitoring fuel consumption and diagnosing technical failures. The side windows are made of tinted double glass and are glued to the bus’ body; the ventilation windows are situated within the side windows. The buses have an automatic system that regulates the temperature in the passenger compartment and also 2 ventilation skylights, the first of which is electrically operated. The bus is supplied with orange Mobitec LED system information boards that are easy to see even in bright sunlight, in addition there is also an electronic board displaying the names of bus stops and an automatic system announcing the names of bus stops, which is navigated on the basis of a GPS system. Next to the bus driver’s booth there is a digital clock that the passengers can easily see and there is a security camera at the back door.


 Scania CL94 UA6X2/2LB 300 Omnilink

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Articulated buses with a low floor and 4 doors, made in the spring of 2006 in the Scania bus factory located in Poland. The first low floor articulated buses in Tallinn and Estonia, there are no steps upon entry at the first and second set of doors, which makes the buses more easily accessible and comfortable for passengers using a wheelchair, mothers with prams and all persons with mobility disabilities. Next to the second door there is a collapsible ladder. The bus is supplied with a side kneeling function, which enables the driver to lower the side of the bus to the level of the curb stone at the bus stop.

Length: 18 m; width: 2.55 m; 40 seats, total capacity: 140 passengers. 230 kW turbo diesel engine, 5-gear ZF automatic transmission. The bus has an on-board computer for monitoring fuel consumption and diagnosing technical failures. The side and back windows are made of tinted double glass, on each side there are ventilation windows that can be opened. The buses have a forced ventilation system with a system that blows in fresh air and draws out used air. The bus’ body is heat insulated; at the walls of the passenger compartment are heaters and electric blowers that are connected to the cooling system. The passenger compartment has an automatic system that regulates the temperature and keeps it at the specified level. Like all modern buses, these buses have sensors, which prevent the doors from closing when there is an obstruction between the doors; the buses also have a blocking system, which does not allow the driver to commence driving when the doors are open. The third and fourth door have security cameras with the monitor located in the driver’s booth, which enables the driver to monitor what is going on in the passenger compartment. Next to the driver’s booth there is an electronic clock that the passengers can easily see.


Volvo B12MA

veerem_bussid_Volvo-B12MA_liigendArticulated bus with 4 doors, tinted double glass windows and an improved heating and ventilation system. Made in Sweden. Length: 18.0 m. 36 seats, together with standing room spaces the total capacity of the bus is 174 passengers with 8 passengers per 1 square metre of free floor space (starting in 2005, in accordance with the Tallinn transport development program, the norm will be 7 passengers per square metre, which will make the total capacity 150 passengers). Three-axle buses with aluminium body and supplied with fuel consumption gauge and fault detection system. The floor of the passenger compartment has been textured to avoid slipping. 6-cyclinder, 4-stroke, turbo-charged Euro 3 diesel engine with overhead valves and direct injection, maximum capacity: 250 kW. These buses are the first Euro 3 engine-powered city buses in Estonia that meet the strict European emission requirements. When driving over obstacles, the bus body can be lifted. To facilitate entrance into the buses, the front of the bus can be lowered. Arrived in April 2003.


Standard bus Scania Hess L94 UB City

veerem_bussid_Scania-Hess-L94-UB-CityStandard length city bus with partially lowered floor and 3 doors. Made in Tartu by AS Baltcoach. Length: 12.0 m. 38 seats , together with standing room spaces the maximum capacity of the bus is 111 passengers, with 8 passengers per 1 square metre of free floor space (starting 2005, in accordance with the Tallinn transport development program, the norm will be 7 passengers per square metre). 2-axle buses with an aluminium body. Exhaust gas composition and noise level comply with EURO 2 requirements. Maximum engine capacity: 162 kW. ABS-brakes. Reinforced heating system, side windows made of double glass, first door kneeling, space for pram. Arrived in January-February 2003.


Passenger road train

veerem_bussid_Scania_bussirongThe passenger road train consists of a Scania L94 UB type towing bus and the APM 5.2-13 bus trailer. The total length of the passenger road train is 23.2 m. There are 29 seats in the towing bus and 29 seats in the bus trailer, the total capacity of the bus, including standing room spaces, is 212 passengers. The passenger road train has an environment-friendly diesel engine; the exhaust gas composition and noise level comply with EURO 2 requirements.
The buses are made in Tartu by AS Baltscan. The first passenger road train was introduced to Tallinn city routes on 18 November 1999.


Scania Hess L94UB

veerem_bussid_Scania-Hess-L94UBEnvironment-friendly, partially lowered regular size 3-door bus. Made in Tartu by AS Baltscan. Length: 12.0 m. 29 seats. Capacity: with the standing room spaces is up to 111 passengers. Exhaust gas composition and noise level comply with EURO 2 requirements. Maximum engine capacity: 162 kW. Break system supplied with ABS. The bus has a reinforced heating system, side windows made of double glass, first door tilt, space for keeping a baby stroller.


Volvo B10M

veerem_bussid_Volvo-B10M_liigendEnvironmentally-friendly, articulated 4-door bus made in Sweden. Length: 18.0 m. 40 seats. Capacity: together with standing room spaces up to 174 passengers. Exhaust gas composition and noise level comply with EURO 2 requirements. Maximum engine capacity: 210 kW


Scania L113CLB

veerem_bussid_Scania-L113CLB_Scania-DupleNormal length 3-door city bus. Made in Tartu, Estonia, by AS Baltscan. Length: 12.0 m. 26 seats. Capacity: together with standing room spaces up to 111 passengers. Exhaust gas composition and noise level comply with EURO 1 requirements. Maximum engine capacity: 172 kw. .
 

 


 History


 

 Ikarus-280

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Articulated 4-door city bus made in Hungary. Length: 16.5 m. 35 seats. Capacity together with standing room spaces up to 174 passengers. Maximum engine capacity: 142 kw. Used by the TBC during the years 1975-2003.

 


Ikarus-260

veeem_bussid_Ikarus-260Normal length 3-door city bus made in Hungary. Length: 11 m. 22 seats. Capacity together with standing room spaces up to 111 passengers. Maximum engine capacity: 142 kw. Used by the TBC during the years 1973-2003.


Ikarus-415, Ikarus-435

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During the Soviet period, the Tallinn Bus Company had the greatest experience in using Ikarus-type buses. TBC was often given technological innovations to test in order to improve the technological level of the buses in cooperation with the bus factory. In 1990, a demo version of the Ikarus-415 and Ikarus-435 were introduced to the city routes. These buses were test versions, which did not go into mass production.

These buses had technological faults and had to be sold quickly after the test period had ended. As the market share of Ikarus was wide due to the existence of the Soviet Union and there were no problems in realising the production of the company, the technological level of the buses started lagging behind that of other Western European bus manufacturers. To save metal, the thickness of the frame of the buses’ bodies was reduced; the corrosion blocking method was unsatisfactory. The diesel engine produced under the MAN licence began emitting smoke after having been used for a period of only a few years. The heating system in the passenger compartment did not produce enough warmth in winter. The windows were made of one-layer glass, the floor of the bus could not carry heavy loads and there were several other technological problems as well.

Ikarus-415 was used by the TBC during the period 1990-2000 and Ikarus-435 during the period 1990-1996


Ikarus 556

veerem_bussid_Ikarus-5563-door city bus, made in Hungary. Length: 11.0 m.  25 seats. Total capacity: 75. Maximum engine capacity: 132 kw.  Buses were used during the years 1968-1979.


 Ikarus 180

veerem_bussid_Ikarus-180Articulated, 4-door city bus made in Hungary. Length: 16.5 m. 40 seats. Total capacity: 140. Maximum engine capacity: 132 kw. Buses were used during the years 1967-1983. Large white buses, first articulated buses used in Tallinn.


Ikarus 620

veerem_bussid_Ikarus-620_VirusIkarus 620 (modification of Ikarus-60), new type of 2-door buses with Csepel engine and compressed air power steering (bus drivers called the buses “the new tractors”); The roof and window area was white, the rest of the body blue, red, grey and green. Length: 9348 mm, Csepel’s chassis, engine capacity: 106 kW. 20 seats and 40 standing room spaces, during rush hour the total capacity of the bus could reach 100 passengers. Buses were used by the TBC during the years 1963-1977. 
 


 Ikarus-60

veerem_bussid_Ikarus-602-door city buses with shorter bodies, which people started calling “the tractors” due to the tractor-like noise they made. Compared to the Soviet ZIS and LAZ type buses, these blue and dark green buses were much more economical and dependable. The engine was situated at the front of the bus, next to the bus driver’s booth; the buses were good for use in inner-city traffic. The first buses introduced in 1957 were second-hand. The buses were used by the TBC during the years 1957-1966.


Ikarus-66

veerem_bussid_Ikarus-66_bjuhiga23-door city route bus with a long streamlined body and a diesel engine. The first city route Ikarus in Tallinn. 4-stroke, 6- cylinder engine was situated at the back of the bus. Buses were used by the TBC during the years 1957-1972.


LAZ-695

veerem_bussid_LAZ-695City buses used by the TBC during the years 1958-1978.


ZIS/ZIL-158

veerem_bussid_ZIS-158City buses used by the TBC during the years 1958-1965


ZIS/ZIL-127

veerem_bussid_ZIS-127Long distance route bus with 2-stroke, 6-cylinder diesel engines. With one door, length: 10.2 m and width: 2.7 m. Substantially wider than prescribed by the norms, which is why the bus was difficult to manoeuvre. Fast and endurable, the drivers called the buses “jets”. A thoroughly Russian machine, manufactured in Moscow in the automobile factory named after Stalin, which was renamed in 1953 after Lihhatśov. Buses were used by TBC during the years 1956-1973.


ZIS-155

veerem_bussid_ZIS-155_JumbudZIS-155 city bus, due to the shape of the buses’ bodies the drivers called them “shorties”. They became the dominant buses in use at the beginning of 1950s. In 1960, the bus park managed to make a deal with a bus company situated in Leningrad and exchanged its ZIS-155 type buses used in Tallinn for the new Ikarus type buses, which had arrived in Leningrad, and brought the Hungarian buses to Tallinn. Buses were used by the TBC during the years 1950-1962.


ZIS-154

veerem_bussid_ZIS-154_elektrodiisel-autobussElectric diesel buses with the GMZ engine built in Russia after the licence bought form the USA. Progressive buses with a smoother transmission system. An electric generator provided alternating current, which triggered the engine. Bus drivers called these buses “lightning”. Some of the buses were later supplied with a Jaroslav engine. After the licence expired, the USA did not extend it and the manufacturing of ZIS-154 ended as well. With a larger capacity. Buses were used by the TBC during the years 1949-1961.


GAZ 03-30

veerem_bussid_GAZ_03-30Buses were operated by the TBC during the years 1946-1955.


TA-1, GAZ-651

veerem_bussid_TA-1_autobuss_GAZ-51_baasilWagon bus TA-1 built for transporting passengers was operated by TBC during the years 1951-1961. Body type: wooden frame wagon body, the bus was built on the frame of the truck ГАЗ-51, which was extended by almost 2 metres to increase the vehicle’s capacity. Seats: 23 (+ bus driver and ticket controller), passenger spaces together with standing room spaces: 28. On the roof of the bus was a frame for carrying the passengers’ luggage; on the right side were two passenger doors- one in the front of the bus’ body and the other after the back wheels. There were no doors on the left side, the driver entered through the passenger door as well. According to A. Olander, the Tallinn Autobus Park (Tallinna Autobussipark – TAP) owned five TA-1 type buses. 

1) External identification No. 95 (PP 88-53) – arrived at the beginning or in the middle of 1951. Operated on the Nõva route. In 1954 had a serious accident and was written off.

2) External identification No. 111 (PP 90-91, later PP 91-01). Was registered on 16.12.1951, got later a new TA-6 body and was last used for night transportation of bus drivers and other special purposes. Written off in 1961 or 1962.

3) External identification No. 112 (PP 91-20). Was registered on 16.12.1951, got later a new TA-6 body and was used like No.111. Written off in 1962.

4) External identification No. 113 (PP 91-68). Was registered on 7.1.1952, in October 1952 arrived under the identification number 113 and with the registration plate PP 98-83 (and with GZA-651 body?). In 1955 was written off or transfered.

5) External identification No. 118 (PP 92-58). Was registered on 1.2.1952. At the end of 1952 was transfered to the 2nd Automobile Base (in Rakvere).


 

 

 

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