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No, it's not about a new music festival at the VUZ Velim test centre, but about a new Trenitalia EDMU, which arrived in the Czech Republic on 6 April 2021.
Following previous tests at the Wegberg-Wildenrath centre, the new CRRC ZELC-built locomotive, arrived in the Czech Republic on 17 March 2021.
The tests of the CRRC ZELC-built locomotive for Rail Cargo Hungaria (RCH) are now moving from Germany to the Czech Republic.
On 28 January 2021, ČD officially took over Vectron 193 902 from Siemens Mobility.
Newag is currently building a batch of 24 dual-voltage Class ET43 locomotives for PKP Cargo.
A newcomer to the ČD fleet - Vectron 193 902 - has already received the new vinyls.
On 30 November 2020, ET43-001, which is destined for PKP Cargo, arrived int the VUZ Velim test centre.
One of the newest trains tested at the VUZ Velim test centre is the first Class 76 FLIRT for Norske Tog.
Following the transport of a first (only four-car) rake of Viaggio Comfort cars from a batch for ČD to the VUZ Velim test centre in late July, the authorisation tests continues there.
In spite of the fact that CRRC claims that the Class 665 approval is to be awarded soon, it will take at least until 2023.
One of the vehicle types being at present tested at the VUZ test centre Velim are the two TWINDEXX Vario double-deck cars for DB.
On 9 August 2020 a first three-car Aventra EMU 730 001 for West Midlands Trains started testing at the VUZ Velim test centre.
One of the types of vehicles currently on test at the VUZ test centre Velim is the new FLIRT EMU for Slovenian Railways.
In late June 2020, a six-car RABe 524 303 EMU for TILO arrived at the VUZ Velim test centre.
On 4 May, it was again possible to see the locomotives 388.001 and 002 at the VUZ test centre Velim.