Metrovagonmash 81-717/81-714

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An 81-717 subway train within the Moscow Subway System.jpg
In service 1978-onward
Manufacturer Metrovagonmash
Built at Metrovagonmash
Family name 81-...
Replaced E
Constructed 1977-onward
Entered service 1978
Refurbishment 81-717.5/714.5
Scrapped since 2012 (Moscow and Tashkent)
Capacity 308/330 passengers
Operator Moskovsky Metropoliten

Moscow Metro:
MPD-1 Severnoye
MPD-2 Sokol
MPD-5 Kaluzhskoye
MPD-7 Zanoskvoretskoye
MPD-8 Varshavskoye
MPD-9 Fili
MPD-10 Sviblovo
MPD-13 Cherkizovo
MPD-14 Vladykino
MPD-15 Pechatniki
Kyiv Metro:

  • Darnytsia (Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska line)
  • Obolon (Kurenivsko-Chervonoarmiyska)
  • Kharkivske (Syretsko-Pecherska)

Kharkiv Metro:

  • Moskowske (Holodnogirsko-Zavodska and Oleskiivska lines)
  • Saltivske (Saltivska line)
Line(s) served Moscow Metro:
!C  1  Sokolnicheskaya Line
!B9993068528194  2  Zamoskvoretskaya Line
!B9986137056388  4  Filyovskaya Line
!B9982082405307  6  Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line
!B9980540898509  7  Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya Line
!B9978027754226  9  Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya Line
!B9976974149070  10  Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya Line
!B9976021047272  11  Kakhovskaya Line
Car length 19,206 millimetres (756.1 in)
Width 2,670 millimetres (105 in)
Height 3,650 millimetres (144 in)
Doors 8 (4 by 2 sides) + 1 driver door in frontcar
Maximum speed 90 kilometres per hour (56 mph)
Weight 34 tonnes (33 long tons; 37 short tons)/33.5 tonnes (33.0 long tons; 36.9 short tons)
Power output 440 kilowatts (590 hp)
Acceleration 1.2 metres per second squared (3.9 ft/s2)
Deceleration 1.1 metres per second squared (3.6 ft/s2)
Track gauge 1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in)
1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

81-717/714 is a metro car designed for rapid transit systems of the Soviet Union in the middle 1970s. A number of alternate versions have been constructed to serve in the umbrella states of the USSR.

These metros are still in service in Sofia, Warsaw and Budapest, Tbilisi, and also were in service in Prague until 2009.

Interior of the 81-717/714