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ÖBB Class 4020

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ÖBB Class 4020

ÖBB 4020
Landeck
In service 1978 –
Manufacturer SGP, BBC, Siemens
Number built 120 trainsets
Operator ÖBB
Specifications
Maximum speed Service: 120 km/h (75 mph)
Electric system(s) 15 kV 16⅔ Hz AC
Safety system(s) Sifa, PZB90, LZB
Track gauge

ÖBB class 4020 is a 3 part electric multiple unit operated by the ÖBB, built from 1978 until 1987 as successor of the ÖBB 4030 class.

The 4020 class is used extensively on many regional rail routes, including the Vienna S-Bahn and the Lower Inn Valley railway line around Innsbruck. Most trains wear the elder blue ÖBB logo, meanwhile some, have received a new paint scheme with grey and red color, similar to that of the new ÖBB 4024 Talent trains.

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