EIB to support MPK Poznań tram and depot overhaul

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Polish public transport authority MPK Poznań has signed a loan agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to finance upgrades to its tram fleet and depots.

The deal is worth PLN 485 million (€114 million) to MPK Poznań and will also be used to procure new electric buses and modernise the bus depot infrastructure.

MPK Poznań has more than 200 vehicles in its tram fleet of different ages and models.

Its fleet includes Siemens Combino and Solaris Tramino vehicles, as well as trams from local supplier Modertrans Poznań.

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