A report on UZ Class 675

Double-decker electric multiple unit by Škoda Vagonka a subsidiary of Škoda Transportation, operated by the Ukrainian state railways Ukrzaliznytsia.

- UZ Class 675

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Double deck electric multiple unit operating on 3 kV DC overhead wires produced by Škoda Vagonka, a subsidiary of Škoda Transportation, since 1997 and operated by the České dráhy rail transit operator on its suburban services around Prague and Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Double deck electric multiple unit operating on 3 kV DC overhead wires produced by Škoda Vagonka, a subsidiary of Škoda Transportation, since 1997 and operated by the České dráhy rail transit operator on its suburban services around Prague and Ostrava, Czech Republic.

The whole unit in Beroun railway station, October 2006
The whole unit about to arrive Ostrava hlavní nádraží, June 2008
The cab car with new livery
The internal information
The external information
Second class saloon, lower floor
Second class saloon, upper floor
Second class saloon, mezzanine
Stairs
First class saloon, upper floor of the electric car
Lifting platform for immobile persons
Load compartement with bicycle stand for bicycles

In January 2011, the Ukrainian Railways ordered two broad gauge units of class EJ 675.

Ukrainian Railways

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State-owned joint-stock company of rail transport in Ukraine, a monopoly that controls the vast majority of the railroad transportation in the country.

State-owned joint-stock company of rail transport in Ukraine, a monopoly that controls the vast majority of the railroad transportation in the country.

Subdivisions of Ukrainian Railways
A typical Ukrainian CHS2K locomotive, hauling a long-distance passenger service.
Electric locomotive DE1, built in Ukraine after fall of the Soviet Union
D1 diesel multiple unit near Khust
Kyiv Boryspil Express.
Train station in Lviv
Chernihiv station building and platforms
Ukrainian Railways' previous logo, used from 1998 to 2018
Ukrainian Railways' new logo on the train wagon
Electrification systems in Europe:
non-electrified
750 V DC
1.5 kV DC
3 kV DC
15 kV AC
25 kV AC
1) High-speed lines in France, Spain, Italy, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium and Turkey operate under 25 kV, as high power lines in the former Soviet Union as well.

Ukrainian Railways plans to carry out service using Skoda City Elephant EJ675 double decker electric multiple units.

Bombardier MultiLevel double-deck rail car operated by Exo in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Lucien-L'Allier station is in the background.

Bilevel rail car

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Type of rail car that has two levels of passenger accommodation, as opposed to one, increasing passenger capacity (in example cases of up to 57% per car).

Type of rail car that has two levels of passenger accommodation, as opposed to one, increasing passenger capacity (in example cases of up to 57% per car).

Bombardier MultiLevel double-deck rail car operated by Exo in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Lucien-L'Allier station is in the background.
Bombardier double-deck rail cars in Germany, used extensively on suburban trains (here: Rostock S-Bahn)
Czech Railways Class Bdmteeo294 in Kolín, Czech Republic.
Voiture à impériale
Double Decker train in Sydney
Argentine double-decker electric coaches.
Sydney Trains A set
Interior of a NSW TrainLink H set carriage in Sydney
All GO Transit trains use Bombardier BiLevel coaches
The SRZ125K double-decker car
In use by Danske Statsbaner
French suburban double-deck train
TGV 4402 (operation V150) reaching 574.8 km/h (357 mph)
Chennai–Bangalore Double Decker Express
12931 Mumbai – Ahmedabad Double Decker at Borivali station
In use by Israel Railways
Italian bilevel train TSR at Milano Affori railway station
Osaka City Tram Type 5
Kintetsu 30000 series Vista Car introduced in 1978
JR East E233-3000 series bilevel Green Car
TVZ double-decker train
ZSSK Class 671
ZSSK Class 951
X40 operated by SJ AB
IC 2000 between Zürich and Luzern with the control car leading the train
One of two EJ675 EMUs operated by Ukrainian Railways
Bi-level New Jersey Transit train led by a cab car with quarter-point and end doors. Note how the cab car makes the train less aerodynamic in push operation.
Nippon Sharyo gallery car used on Caltrain service
Amerail Gallery Cab car used on Metra service
Bombardier BiLevel Coach in Tri-Rail livery at the Deerfield Beach Tri-Rail station
Hyundai Rotem bilevel car approaching Salem, Massachusetts
The MBTA utilizes both bilevel and single level railcars. Unlike some bi-levels, MBTA's may be used with single-level cars.
Dutch NS VIRM bilevel train at station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA
A Nippon Sharyo bi-level passenger car operated by Caltrain

In 2012, as part of preparation for UEFA Euro 2012, Ukrainian Railways bought two EJ675 EMUs manufactured by Škoda Transportation.