The two-unit ‘Impuls’ (37WE) train, commissioned by the Marshal’s Office of Warmińsko-Mazurskie Province, is already carrying passengers. It is the first of ‘Impuls’ trains which will be operating on railway routes in Warmia and Mazury.
This electric multiple unit can carry 252 passengers and travel with a speed of up to 160 km/hour. It offers passengers high comfort of travelling, a wi-fi access and individual electric sockets to plug in laptops and other electronic equipment. The train is fitted with a camera which monitors and records the track as well as with an interior monitoring system. The air-conditioned and heated interior has a modern passenger information system. The EMU also has an area dedicated to passengers with restricted mobility and a storage area for prams and bicycles.
The train is fitted with a toilet with a hermetically-sealed retention tank which is adapted to the needs of passengers with restricted mobility, and a changing station for infants.
On Wednesday, 18 February 2015, Gustaw Marek Brzezin, the Province Marshal, officially handed a key to the newly-purchased ‘Impuls’ to Ryszard Kuć, Managing Director of the Warmińsko-Mazurski Branch of Przewozy Regionalne at the Main Train station in Olsztyn.
The two-unit ‘Impuls’ commissioned by the Marshal’s Office of Warmińsko-Mazurskie Province is the third vehicle of this kind manufactured by NEWAG from Nowy Sącz. The two first trains were purchased by the Marshal’s Office of Podkarpackie Province.