Rostock Stadler TINA tram impression

GERMANY: Rostocker Straßenbahnen has ordered 28 Stadler TINA trams, which will gradually replace its 6N1 trams dating from 1994-96 on all six routes from 2025.

Rostock Stadler tram order

The contract signed on June 24 is worth €98·2m, with the Land of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern contributing €9·45m.

Rostock Stadler TINA tram design impression

The three-section fully air-conditioned trams will be 32 m long with a capacity of 221 passengers, including 75 seated.

Rostock Stadler TINA tram interior impression

Stadler said they would feature a spacious and step-free interior, with large panoramic windows to create a light and airy atmosphere, and four areas for pushchairs and bicycles.

Rostock Stadler TINA tram interior impression and wheelchair user

There will be an integrated passenger information system with TFT screens, USB charging points for mobile devices, wi-fi, CCTV, an onboard ticket-machine and an integrated collision warning system.

Rostock Stadler TINA tram interior and pushchair impression

The order will take the number of Stadler trams in RSAG’s fleet to 41.

Rostock Stadler TINA tram multipurpose area impression

It the third order for Stadler’s Total Integrierter Niederflur-Antrieb (total integrated low-floor drive) design, following from launch customer HEAG Mobil in Darmstadt and Baselland tram operator BLT.