Trolleybuses in Brest, Belarus

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Location
52°07'59"N
023°40'00"E
Country
 Belarus
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Description

The Brest trolleybus system serves the city of Brest, on the western border of Belarus. Opened on 18 April 1981, the system had eight lines as at 2011.

History

Lines

As at 2011, the system was made up of the following lines: 1 Ordzhonikidze (railway station) – Regional Hospital; 2 Sverdlov – SC "Victoria"; 2a Ordzhonikidze – SC "Victoria"; 3 Ordzhonikidze – SC "Victoria"; 4 Ordzhonikidze – CSM; 5 "Tsvetotron" factory – Regional Hospital (via Yanka Kupala Street); 6 "Tsvetotron" factory – Regional Hospital (via Republic Avenue); 7 "Tsvetotron" factory – SK "Victoria"; 8 Ordzhonikidze – "Tsvetotron" factory.

Fleet

As at 2011, the Brest trolleybus fleet comprised 80 vehicles, most of them supplied by Belkommunmash, a Belarus-based tram and trolleybus manufacturer.

Depot

The system has one depot.
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