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World report
The new tram for Helsinki; Another electric locomotives for the railways of Belarus; CAF trams for the Budapest; p. 3

EU news
The EU Comission granted funds for initiatives related to urban mobility; Recommendations of the railway sector in the field of workers safety; p. 2;

Inland news
Solaris is expanding its factories; Mazowieckie Railways announced a tender for the delivery of double-deck coaches and locomotives to operate the train in a "push-pull" system; The painting was chosen through a competition for Mazovia Railways multiple units; p. 2;

Development of tramways In Poland
Author: Jan Wojcieszak
The era of street railway began in 26.11.1832 r with the opening of the first tram line in New York and in the world. To pull wagons were used initially mules, horses and later steam engines. After a period of gaining operational experience ultimately it decided to use horses. Improving the construction of the tramway track meant that since 1852 a rapid grow of number of US tram company has emerged. In 1855 was launched in Paris the first line of horse-drawn trams on the European continent. This technological innovation arrived very quickly Polish territory. The first line of horse-drawn trams was received by Warsaw in December 11, 1866. The development of tram transport in Polish cities are shown in Table 1. p. 27;

Geneve summit about future of local public transport
Author: Zbigniew Rusak
At the end of May 2013 an International Union of Public Transport (UITP), together with a local operator TPG, organized in Geneva the 60th anniversary congress of this organization linked to the International Exhibition of Mobility and Transport. Despite the global crisis, the exhibition presented products of 326 exhibitors offering the latest technology in the field of construction of buses, trolley buses, rail vehicles, track and networking infrastructure, power and propulsion systems, tools for planning and optimizing public transport, fleet management systems, charging systems and passenger information, occupying an area of ​​over 30 thousand m². That's about 34% more than two years ago in Dubai. p. 10;
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Tram Nevelo N126 from Nowy Sącz
Author: Roman Chochorowski – Newag Nowy Sącz
An existing for over 136 years company NEWAG from Nowy Sącz persistently and successfully builds and strengthens its position in the market of manufacturers of rolling stock, regularly expanding the range of vehicles in her offer. Confirmation of this is the emergence of - first briefly in Wielkopolska, in Poznan, and now for a long time in Krakow - a new prototype tram type 126N Nevelo. Despite the lack of tram tracks in Nowy Sacz, NEWAG, and strictly speaking several years earlier ZNTK-Nowy Sacz, had a short adventure with tramway vehicles, realizing major repairs of a tram type 105N for MPK Krakow. Main repair of an existing product, and undertaking the task including the conduct of a complete process of design, manufacture, commissioning and static and dynamic testing together with the introduction of the vehicle on the market in order to observe the exploitation of the prototype is incomparable, and for the company and partner companies is a challenge. p. 4;
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Moderus BETA MF02AC modern tram for the reasonable price
In May of 2011 MPK Poznan began to carry passengers with the first trams Moderus BETA MF02AC equipped with electronics from ENIKA Sp. o.o For the first more than two years of operation this trams collect a positive feedback from both passengers, maintenance and engine drivers. p. 2;
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New family o reversing switches type NHM for trams (2)
Author: Andrzej Szubko
In tts 11-12 / 2012 were presented new reversing switches NHM NHM-100-200, introduced into the operation in enterprises of public transport in Szczecin and Lodz, and most recently in Warsaw. The article presents first results of their operation and conclusions concerning the regularity of technical assumptions. p. 2;

Supporting the development of the electric traction at the public transport from funds of the European Union (1)
Author: Tadeusz Dyr
Polish presence in the structures of the European Union enables obtaining financial support for activities aimed at eliminating regional disparities. It is granted under the Structural Funds, the Cohesion Fund, the European Investment Bank and other Community financial instruments. In the current programming period (2007-2013) the total amount of funds allocated for the development activities in Poland (without measures under the Common Agricultural Policy and Common Fisheries Policy) may reach almost 86 billion euros, including more than 67 billion euros from European Union funds. A large part of this amount is intended for financing investments in the transport sector. p. 14;
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Trams in Yerusalem
Author: Marek Graff
Since recently, in Jerusalem and the Holy Land are being operated trams. Its creation, however, was not easy - build in such a specific place tram lines were preceded by disputes over territorial or religious issues (relatively quickly were resolved financial issues). New mean of transport quickly became favoured by inhabitants, irrespective to the religion and therefore there are plans to expand the network with an additional line. p. 4;

What’s new on urban tracks?
Author: Tomasz Gieżyński
A period of two years from a previous analysis of changes in the rolling stock on urban tracks in Poland, published on the monthly magazine TTS, was in a way unique. UEFA European Football Championship EURO 2012 and the related supplies of rolling stock were serious injection of new forces for four of the fourteen tram networks. In other cities was also continued a delivery of new rolling stock, but with few exceptions they were known and described two years ago vehicles. Looking from this angle, we had a time of drought. But, looking at the number provided rolling stock was one of the best periods ever. Today, again, we face a number of pending or already ended tenders for the supply of tram rolling stock. Let's try to briefly trace the fate of particular towns and analyze the effects of their tramway policies. p. 9;

Evaluation of the operating risk in the rail transport for trams
Author: Katarzyna Chruzik, Marek Sitarz, Marzena Graboń, Wojciech Gamon
Requirements for current public transport operators in the world are no longer confined only to provide good quality services. Increasingly, the leading criterion for the functioning of the transport companies is becoming transport security. This is not only the requirement set by local governments managing transport, but also a growing public awareness that following the terrorist attacks puts safety first. In the world several highly developed countries have already put an obligation to develop for collective transports Security Management Systems (Belgium, Netherlands, Australia, USA). In the area of ​​rail transport (trams) are increasingly used already proven solutions used in rail [1, 2]. p. 4;

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