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Rolling stock of buses for hire

Solaris nUrbino12

The low-floor Solaris nUrbino12 articulated bus is 12 meters long, 2.55 meters wide, and 3.25 meters high. The bus has 31 seats and 49 standing places. The bus is equipped with a 320hp or 239kW methane-based environmentally friendly engine with an emission standard of EURO 6. There are gas cylinders on the roof with a weatherproof cover. The buses have a VOITH Diwa 6 automatic transmission with an integrated retarder.

Solaris nUrbino12 buses have double-glazed windows, a roof hatch, and one opening window on each side. The lounges are equipped with a ventilation and heating system. For more convenient passenger service, the buses are equipped with a side tilt function and a mechanically opening wheelchair ramp. The buses have an integrated passenger counting system, information, audio, a priority system, and USB connectors at the seat pairs integrated into the single information system. The material of the seat covers is a modern, well-maintained leather imitation fabric. They started driving in Tallinn in 2020.

Solaris nUrbino18

The low-floor Solaris nUrbino18 articulated bus is 18 meters long, 2.55 meters wide, and 3.25 meters high. The bus has 41 seats and 106 standing places. The bus is equipped with a 320hp or 239kW methane-based environmentally friendly engine with an emission standard of EURO 6. There are gas cylinders on the roof with a weatherproof cover. The buses have a VOITH Diwa 6 automatic transmission with an integrated retarder.

For convenient passenger service, the buses are equipped with a side tilt function and a mechanically open wheelchair ramp. The buses have an integrated passenger counting system, information, audio, and a priority system and USB connectors at the seat pairs integrated into the single information system. The buses have double-glazed windows, a roof hatch, and two opening windows on each side, and the lounges are equipped with a ventilation and heating system. There are rails at the top of the lounge for information and advertising, which ensure a free view from the windows. They started driving in Tallinn in 2020.

MAN Lion’s City A78

A low-floor city bus with a length of 12 metres, a width of 2.5 metres, and a height of 2.98 metres. Features 30 seats and standing room for 55 passengers. This environmentally friendly bus is fitted with a 213 kW or 285-horsepower diesel engine conforming to the EURO V emissions standard as well as the stringent EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle) standard. Compliance with EEV standards is achieved through mechanical means. The vehicle is equipped with a six-speed ZF Ecolife automatic transmission with integrated retarder, double-glazed windows, and a passenger compartment heating and ventilation system designed for the climate of the Nordic countries. It also has a ‘kneeling’ function and is fitted with a retractable metal ramp for wheelchair access. Introduced to Tallinn in 2013.

MAN Lion’s City GL/A40 articulated bus

The MAN Lion’s City GL/A40 is a city bus with a length of 18.75 metres, a width of 2.5 metres, and a height of 2.98 metres. It can carry up to 166 passengers with its 44 seats and standing room for 122 people. This environmentally friendly bus is fitted with a 235 kW or 320-horsepower diesel engine conforming to the EURO V emissions standard as well as the stringent EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle) standard. Compliance with EEV standards is achieved through mechanical means without AdBlue® fuel additives. This was the first range of EURO V compliant articulated buses adopted in Tallinn. The vehicle is equipped with a six-speed ZF Ecolife automatic transmission with integrated retarder, double-glazed windows, and an efficient passenger compartment heating and ventilation system designed for the climate of the Nordic countries. It also has a ‘kneeling’ function and is fitted with a retractable metal ramp for wheelchair access. Introduced to Tallinn in 2013.

Volvo 7900 Hybrid

A low-floor city bus with a length of 12 metres, a width of 2.55 metres, and a height of 3.27 metres. Features 35 seats and standing room for 50 passengers. This environmentally friendly bus is fitted with a 177 kW or 237-horsepower diesel engine combined with an electric motor whose batteries are charged during travel, which reduces fuel consumption by up to 30% and minimises air pollution. The vehicle is equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission with integrated retarder, double-glazed windows, and a passenger compartment heating and ventilation system designed for the climate of the Nordic countries. It also has a ‘kneeling’ function and is fitted with a retractable metal ramp for wheelchair access. This range of hybrid buses was introduced to Tallinn in 2015.

Scania K 270 UB4X2LB

A two-axle, low-floor city bus, manufactured in 2007 at the Scania bus factory in Poland. The bus features an aluminium body with a length of 11.96 m, width of 2.55 m, and height of 3.30 m. The vehicle has a total of three sets of doors, of which the entrance at the second set is stepless. Seats 31 passengers and has standing room for 57. Fitted with a DC 917 270 hp Euro 4 compliant turbodiesel engine with a capacity of 8,867 cc and a power of 198 kW, a ZF 6HP 592C NBS six-speed automatic transmission, and 275/70R22.5 tyres. Weighs 11.8 tonnes unladen.

The bus is equipped with a ‘kneeling’ function, as well as a collapsible metal ramp at the second entrance. An onboard computer monitors fuel consumption and provides fault detection. The side windows are double-glazed, tinted, glued to the body, and contain ventilation panels. The bus is equipped with an automatic compartment temperature control system and two ventilation hatches in the ceiling, the first of which is electrically operated. It also features orange Mobitec LED routes displays that are clearly legible even in bright daylight, as well as an electronic destination screen and automatic GPS-based stop announcement system.

Scania CL94 UA6X2/2LB 300 Omnilink

A low-floor, four-door articulated bus, manufactured in spring 2006 at the Scania plant in Poland. These were the first low-floor articulated buses in Tallinn and Estonia – the first and second entrance are both stepless to make the bus more accessible to wheelchair users, mothers with prams, and people with reduced mobility. The second entrance is fitted with a collapsible metal ramp. The bus is equipped with a ‘kneeling’ system that allows the side to be lowered to the level of the bus stop kerb.

Dimensions: length 18 m, width 2.55 m. Carrying capacity: 140 passengers total, 40 seated. Features a 230 kW turbodiesel engine and a five-speed ZF automatic transmission. An onboard computer provides calculation and monitoring of fuel consumption and fault detection. The side and rear windows are double-glazed and tinted, side windows have openable ventilation panels. The bus has a forced ventilation system to supply fresh air and extract stale air. The body is thermally insulated, there are heating radiators connected to the engine cooling system installed by the interior walls, plus electric fans. An automatic temperature control system maintains a set temperature in the passenger compartment. As with all newer buses, a set of sensors prevents the doors from closing when obstructed, and an interlock system prevents departure while doors are open. Security cameras installed at the third and fourth entrance allow the driver to monitor what is happening inside the bus.