|Owner||City of Iași|
|Transit type||Tram, Bus|
|Number of vehicles||150 trams, 100 buses|
|Track gauge||1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in) metre gauge|
Established on 19 March 1898, RATP operates an extensive network using metre gauge trams (electric trams began operating in 1900) and buses. Trolley buses were used on a number of routes starting in 1985, but all trolley bus routes were converted to bus operation by 2005.
The RATP operates 8 tram routes on 82.6 kilometres (51.3 mi) and 9 bus routes on 98.6 kilometres (61.3 mi) throughout Iași.
In the first 3 months of 2007, the RATP carried 11,365,819 passengers, an average of 128,000 passengers per day.
The RATP fare system accepts tickets and transit passes. As of 15 July 2014, adult cash fares are RON2.00 (€0.45) for a single trip, or RON1.90 (€0.43) each when purchasing 10 trips. Adult passes are available by the day RON8.00 (€1.80), 30-day one route RON75.00 (€16.85), 30-day two routes RON90.00 (€20.22), or 30-day all routes RON120.00 (€26.96). Student 30-day one route passes are sold for RON56.00 (€12.58), whereas senior residents of the city over 65 are allowed to travel for free (by application).
Historically, tram cars from different companies have been acquired. The current fleet operates with 150 trams.
|Make/Model||Description||Fleet size||Year acquired||Year produced||Notes|
|SSB GT4||articulated tram||106||1997–2012||1959–1965||Acquired 109 units from Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen, Hallesche Verkehrs, Stadtwerke Augsburg, Stadtwerke Nordhausen. 75 units modernised in 1988–1998. 2 units retired. 1 unit rebuilt as GT4M. RATP is the largest operator of this model.|
|GT4M||articulated tram||1||1997/2013||1962/2012||SSB GT4 rebuilt by Remar Paşcani.|
|GT8 (Type Mannheim)||double-articulated tram||10||2010-2012||1976||Acquired from Stadtwerke Augsburg.|
|ST10||articulated tram||7||2007–2008||1976||Acquired from HEAG mobilo Darmstadt.|
|ST11||double-articulated tram||3||2007–2008||1982||Acquired from HEAG mobilo Darmstadt.|
|Be 4/4 + B4/B||tram + wagon||9||2003–2004||1960–1961||Acquired from Bernmobil Bern.|
|Be 8/8||double-articulated tram||14||2008–2010||1973||Acquired from Bernmobil Bern. All units modernised in 1987–1990.|
|Make/Model||Description||Fleet size||Fleet numbers||Year acquired||Year produced||In service until||Notes|
|old trams||2-axle tram||54||1-54||1898-?||1898-?||ca.1976||Original trams built by AEG, later modernised and rebuilt by other companies; 2 trams preserved|
|ITB V58+V10||2-axle tram+trailer||56+66||50-105/50-115||1959–1969||1958–1969||1992||1 tram preserved|
|ČKD Tatra T4R||4-axle tram||70||201-270||1978–1981||1978–1981||2009||1 tram preserved|
|Timiş-2||4-axle tram+trailer||47+47||301-347, 348 ex 301 (same number for both tram and trailer)||1981–1982||1981–1982||2003||1 tram+trailer preserved, 4 trams converted into works cars|
|ex-V58+V10||2-axle tram+trailer||15+15||100-114 (same number for tram and trailer)||1991–1992
|1958–1969||ca.1996||Rebuilt by RATP Iasi from old V58+V10 trams; none preserved|
|ITB V2A||6-axle articulated tram||25||350-374||1992–1996||1988–1996||2003||1 prototype (new); 24 trams acquired from Oradea Transport Local and CTP Cluj-Napoca, and modernised by Nicolina SA Iași; 1 tram preserved|
|ČKD Tatra T4D||4-axle tram||27+2(B4D)||201II, 206II, 208II, 212II, 219II, 223II, 230II, 231II, 236II, 237II, 241II, 242II, 244II, 246II, 249II, 251II, 253II, 257II, 260II, 262II, 266II, 267II, 269II, 271-274 / 273-274||1997–2002||1968–1988||2009||Acquired from HAVAG; none preserved|
|ST7/ST8||6-axle articulated tram||16||101-116||1998||1961–1963||2009||Acquired from HEAG mobilo Darmstadt; 1 tram preserved|
|GT5||5-axle articulated tram||14||354-355, 357-358, 360, 362, 365-367, 369-373||2001||1964–1969||2010||Acquired from Stadtwerke Augsburg; 1 tram preserved|
Currently, the RATP operates a fleet of approximately 100 transit buses and vans.
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