GAZ Group has transferred to the customer first batch of buses for the Olympic Games 2014

"GAZ Group" solemnly handed SUO Mostransavto "the first ten buses GOLAZ-5251" Voyage "long-distance class. The solemn ceremony of transfer of technology took place in the framework of the exhibition "The World of Buses 2013". The ceremony was attended by director of "Buses", "GAZ Group" Nikolay Odintsov, Director of Sales of buses and engines "Scania — Russ" Håkan Jude, Director General of "Mostransavto" Sergei reasonable.

"We are proud that we will fulfill the government contract to supply buses for the first Winter Olympics, taking place on the territory of Russia. "GAZ Group" bus technique produces the highest international standards of quality and it allows us to participate in such large-scale government projects. We are confident that our coaches will provide the maximum comfort for athletes and guests Olympics " — Said the director of "Buses", "GAZ Group" Nikolay Odintsov, handing the keys to the bus. "New, modern buses that we have received today will help both qualitative performance targets for transport provision Olympics in Sochi, and passenger traffic in the Moscow region. I think that "Mostransavto" as a transport operator will represent the Games and the Moscow region and Russia as a whole at this event, "- said General Director of" Mostransavto "Sergei reasonable.

Contracts with SUO "Mostransavto" to supply 709 buses GOLAZ worth more than 6 billion rubles. "GAZ Group" signed at the beginning of this year. The buses will be used to transport service guests and athletes of the XXII Olympic Winter Games and XI Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi in 2014. Golitsynsky Bus Plant "GAZ Group" will make for Olympic transport bus GOLAZ 282-5251 "Voyage" big class (including 150 cars in a special version for passengers with reduced mobility and wheelchair users), 370 buses extra large class GOLAZ-6228 (including 77 cars in special version) and 57 coaches GOLAZ-52911 "Cruise".

Buses GOLAZ released on Scania chassis environmental standards "Euro-4" and "Euro-5" with robotic gearbox Scania Opticruse in a special configuration. Applicable exchange rate stability (ESP) and cruise control can maintain stability and control of the bus, to regulate the set speed when driving a bus for long distances in a variety of modes. Buses are equipped with GLONASS navigators, equipment, electronic passenger information in Russian and English languages, Wi-Fi, climate control, comfortable seats with folding tables and luggage racks with individual service units. In the driver’s and inside the bus will be installed video review salon and route video camera to transmit data to the remote control center.

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