This is what ‘Impuls’ EMUs for Koleje Mazowieckie will look like

NEWAG S.A. is imple­men­ting a PLN 257 mil­lion gross con­tract for sup­ply of twe­lve five-unit tra­ins from the ‘Impuls’ series. Koleje Mazo­wiec­kie is the Orde­ring Party. First tra­ins will start ope­ra­ting in the second quar­ter of this year. The han­ding over of the whole rol­ling stock orde­red is sche­du­led for the fourth quar­ter of this year.

In Novem­ber 2014, Koleje Mazo­wiec­kie signed a con­tract with Newag for sup­ply of twe­lve elec­tric mul­ti­ple units (EMUs) con­si­sting of five units per each train from the ‘Impuls’ series. Under the con­tract, Newag will not only manu­fac­ture the tra­ins but will also pro­vide main­te­nance servi­ces, deli­ver the post-crash pac­kage and train the operator’s personnel.

The modern ‘Impuls’ tra­ins will be able to tra­vel with a speed of up to 160km/h. Each of the EMUs will have seating capa­city of 206 in an open-coach lay­out and stan­ding capa­city of 325. Pas­sen­gers will be able to enjoy a variety of ame­ni­ties since each train will be air-conditioned, fit­ted with wi-fi access, elec­tric soc­kets, the pas­sen­ger infor­ma­tion sys­tem and the inter­com sys­tem. There will also be addi­tio­nal space for exces­sive luggage.

At pre­sent, the first EMUs, whose visu­ali­sa­tions are pre­sen­ted below, are being manu­fac­tu­red.