Dear readers! All copies of Atlas of Urban Electric Transport In the Russian Federation are already sold. We are now happy to announce a new book — Tajikistan Mass Transit. This publication is dedicated to all types of mass transit operating in modern Tajikistan. The main focus of attention is on the history of bus and trolleybus services in the two largest cities, Dushanbe and Khujand, including the intercity trolleybus line from Khujand — Gafurov. Other chapters in the book describe plans for the construction of a tramway system in Dushanbe and trolleybus projects in other cities. Detailed information is available at http://atlas.tramway.ru/pttajikistana/eng.

This atlas contains detailed information on urban electric transport networks in all cities and towns of the Russian Federation, including settlements located in the Crimean peninsula. Data on rolling stock and route networks of all operating tramway and trolleybus systems, metros, and funiculars in the Russian Federation, together with the Moscow monorail, make up the main part of the book. Text is supplemented by detailed network maps and modern photos of passenger, museum, and service rolling stock. Photos were carefully selected to give an idea of the appearance of almost all models that are currently operating in Russian urban electric transport systems.

The atlas consists of a number of functional sections, introduced by a commentary from the authors and followed by a short history of urban electric transport in Russia. Next are the extensive reference and information sections, covering opening and closing dates of the systems, fare structures, passenger flows etc. along with key tables showing tram, trolleybus and metro vehicles that are currently in service. All materials were specially prepared for this edition.

Information in the atlas is correct to summer 2014 and taken from data submitted by the operating companies on length of lines, numbers of passengers carried, fares, operating rolling stock and route networks. In the course of preparation of this book, some newer data on the most important changes that have taken place since summer 2014 have been incorporated. This book has been published in two languages (Russian and English) in А4 format (300x210 mm), 424 pages, with hard cover, full-colour printing on coated paper and colour photos and maps.

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