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Talgo trains finally enter service in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Talgo trains finally enter service in Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Federal Railways (ZFBH) have introduced into service today its Talgo tilting trainsets on Sarajevo – Doboj route. The BH Voz (BH train) has 237 seats (200 II class, 36 I class, and one seat for people with disables). 

ZFBH is negotiating with Croatian Railways the introduction of BH train on Sarajevo-Zagreb international route starting with 2016/2017 timetable.

The railway operator also plans to run Talgo trains on Sarajevo-Banja Luka, Sarajevo-Mostar-Capljina, and Sarajevo-Ploce routes.

In the long term, BH trains could also serve Sarajevo – Bihac route, to be reopened for traffic after modernisation works which include line electrification, an investment estimated at BAM 2.3 million (EUR 1.1 million) investment according to Enis DžafićGeneral Director of ZFBH. 

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