Tram fleet

CAF Urbos tram

  • Manufactured in Spain. In service since 2015.
  • Length: 31,000 mm
  • Width: 2,300 mm
  • Unladen weight: 48,000 kg
  • Gross (laden) weight: 64,500 kg
  • Seats: 79
  • Standing places: 140
  • Number of doors: 5
  • Number of axles: 8
  • Maximum speed: 70 km/h
  • Supply voltage (V): 600 V
  • Output power of traction motors: 264 kW

Articulated tram KT4

  • Produced in the factories of ČKD Tatra in 1979–1990
  • Between 1981 and 1990, 73 new trams of this model were put into service in Tallinn
  • Used trams of the same type were purchased from Germany:
    • in 1996: 9 pcs (Gera)
    • in 2004: 10 pcs (Cottbus, Gera)
    • in 2006: 7 pcs (Frankfurt, Erfurt)
    • in 2007–2013: 31 pcs (Erfurt) 
  • Length: 18,110 mm
  • Width: 2,200 mm
  • Height: 3,110 mm
  • Capacity: 169 people (eight per m²), including 36 seated
  • Maximum speed: 65 km/h
  • Number of axles: 4
  • Traction motors: TE022, 4 × 40 kW
  • Unladen weight: 19,800 kg
  • Maximum authorised weight: 31,400 kg

Articulated tram KT6

  • Extended version of the KT4 with a modernised traction drive (traction transformer based on IGBT transistors) and a central low-floor segment.
  • The low-floor central segments were manufactured in Mittenwald, Germany, and the traction drive was modernised in cooperation with the Tallinn University of Technology.
  • KT6 type trams were put into service as follows:
    • two in 2001
    • ten in 2004
  • Length: 26,770 mm
  • Width: 2,200 mm
  • Height: 3,770 mm
  • Capacity: 246 people (eight per m²), including 55 seated
  • Number of axles: 6
  • Traction motors: TE022, 4 × 40 kW
  • Unladen weight: 27,100 kg
  • Maximum authorised weight: 43,900 kg

Retro tram

AS Ühinenud Depood built these retro trams for the Kadriorg route on the basis of the KT-4. The first retro tram, which was put into service in October 2017, was named after President Konstantin Päts. The following five, in turn, were named after Johann Laidoner, Julius Kuperjanov, Jaan Poska, Jüri Vilms, and Ernst Jaakson.

  • Length: 18,110 mm
  • Width: 2,180 mm
  • Unladen weight: 19,800 tonnes
  • Gross (laden) weight: 31,400 tonnes
  • Seats: 33 + 1 driver
  • Standing places: 136
  • Number of doors: 4
  • Number of axles: 4
  • Speed: 60 km/h
  • Supply voltage (V): 600 V
  • Output power of traction motors: 4 × 45 kW

Special-purpose trams

Special-purpose tram T-18, track cleaning tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1951/1967
  • Base car: a passenger tram built in 1951 at the local tram depot in collaboration with the Ilmarine plant; converted into a special-purpose tram at the tram depot in 1967

Special-purpose tram T-4, rail grinding and track cleaning tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1951/1997
  • Base car: a passenger tram built in 1951 at the local tram depot in collaboration with the Ilmarine plant; converted into a special-purpose tram at the tram depot in 1997

Special-purpose tram T-11, 1936 model

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1953/1988
  • 1953 passenger tram, rebuilt in 1988 with the 1936 design

Special-purpose tram T-7, shunting tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1963
  • Built at the tram depot in 1963

Special-purpose tram T-8, rail grinding and track cleaning tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1965
  • Built at the tram depot in 1965

Special-purpose tram T-31, café tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1965/1993
  • Base car: G4 articulated passenger tram built in 1965 at the factories of Gotha in the German Democratic Republic; converted at the tram depot in 1993

Tram trailer T-30, horse-drawn tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1988
  • Built at the tram depot in 1988

Tram trailer T-23, cable tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1974
  • Built at the tram depot in 1974

Special-purpose tram T-24, overhead line repair tram

  • Year of construction and renovation of the base car: 1957/1978
  • Base car: T57 passenger tram built in 1957 at the factories of Gotha in the German Democratic Republic; converted at the tram depot in 1978