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These metro trains are still in service in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sofia, Warsaw, Budapest, Yerevan and Tbilisi. The Czech modernised version (81-71M) is commonly used in Prague, transporting passengers on two lines out of 3.
 
These metro trains are still in service in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sofia, Warsaw, Budapest, Yerevan and Tbilisi. The Czech modernised version (81-71M) is commonly used in Prague, transporting passengers on two lines out of 3.
 
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metrovagonmash_81-717/81-714)
 
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metrovagonmash_81-717/81-714)
 
  
 
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**Whole lines M4 and M6
 
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Special animations:  <br>
 
Shift+X: Cabin door<br>
 
Ctrl+Shift+X: activate/deactivate window wipers
 
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Latest revision as of 16:01, 11 October 2019

Metrovagonmash 81-717/714
81-717.jpg
Series
9600-9700
Traction power supply
Third rail only
Protection
ATB max. speed 90km/h

81-717/714 is a metro car (build by Metrovagonmash) designed for rapid transit systems of the Soviet Union, as well as its satellite states, in the mid-1970s. A number of Eastern European countries use modified variants of these metro cars, such as the various models used in Poland: 81-717.3, 81-714.3, 81-572, 81-573, 81-572.1, 81-573.1, 81-572.2, and 81-573.2. The Prague Metro in the Czech Republic still has these units, but they have been modernized into variant 81-71M for service. Most variants of the 81-71 family are visually almost identical to the 81-717 and 81-714, except for 81-572.2, which has a cabin that resembles the 81-540.2 (another Russian metro car, an improved version of the 81-717 that was first produced in 2006).

These metro trains are still in service in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sofia, Warsaw, Budapest, Yerevan and Tbilisi. The Czech modernised version (81-71M) is commonly used in Prague, transporting passengers on two lines out of 3. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metrovagonmash_81-717/81-714)

In the simulator

These trains can be used on third-rail and ATB-protected parts of the network. It includes

Special animations:

  • Shift+X: Cabin door
  • Ctrl+Shift+X: activate/deactivate window wipers