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Buses

| Amkador 10126 (in Russian) | | Ikarus 260 (in Russian) | | Ikarus 263 (in Russian) | | Ikarus 280 (in Russian) | | Jelcz 120M (in Russian) | | LAZ 695 (in Russian) | | LiAZ 677(M) (in Russian) | | LiAZ/Nyeman 5256 (in Russian) | | MAZ 103 (in Russian) | | MAZ 104 (in Russian) | | MAZ 105 (in Russian) | | MAZ 107 (in Russian) | | MAZ 203 (in Russian) | | MAZ 205 (in Russian) | | MAZ 215 (in Russian) | | Nyeman 5201 (in Russian) | | PAZ 651 (in Russian) | | PAZ 652 (in Russian) | | ZIL/LiAZ 158(V) (in Russian) | | ZiS 155 (in Russian) |

30 bus routes in Baranavichy are served by more then 100 MAZ buses daily.

At the beginning of the 90th the country faced the problem of garage modernization in the sphere of passenger transportation. There was no opportunity to change the old-things to new and the transportation was realized by the buses which exceeded the operation life for more than 10 years. The leaders of Bus Park No. 2 tried to find the way out, that’s why they bought LiAZ 5256 buses and two polish buses Jecz 120M which were exotic for Belarus. There was also one by Amkador in Pinsk, assembled of Ikarus 280 parts — Amkador 10126.

Beginning with the middle of the 90th they mostly bought used buses Ikarus 260 and Ikarus 280 in Germany, which technically were better than the same buses in our country. Also they repaired the buses at Homel Bus Repair Plant.

After the contry’s government stop to finance the buying of used buses in Europe, the Bus Park turned to belarusian producers.

At the last years the old buses have been changed to new of the Minsk Automobile Plant (MAZ). Firstly, three buses MAZ 103 with low floor were bought. But they appeared not suitable for our streets. And as the result MAZ 104 and MAZ 105, as an alternative to Ikarus 280, came in use. The word “alternative” is not the exact one here, because in Belarus only MAZ produces such buses.

On May, 2006 Baranavichy became the 3rd city in the country, in the streets of which the single three-axle machine started its daily service. MAZ 107 — is almost 15m length; it gets between the single MAZ 103/104 and articulated MAZ 105. In the same 2006 year the low-floor bus MAZ 103 was delivered to Bus Park again, and then in continuum namely these buses were bought from time to time.

2007 was the year, when city-buses Nyeman 5201 were firstly delivered for Baranavichy. Before this, the last city bus delivered from Lida appeared to be Nyeman 5256 — the almost exact copy of Russian LiAZ 5256. However, the delivery of these two Nyeman 5201 buses was the first and last.

In winter 2007/2008 2 first MAZ city buses of second generation (MAZ 206) appeared in Baranavichy. Unfortunately the buses that are assigned for low loaded city lines (as it is done, for example, in Hrodna, Homyel and Brest) are used only at suburban lines.

On December 30, 2014 two buses MAZ 215 were delivered to Baranavichy. Almost 19-meter (18,75 m.) 5-door flagship Belarusian city buses were the first vehicles of second generation produced by MAZ for Baranavichy, which were directed to service city lines in 2015.

modern buses
model appearance operation in Baranavichy description and photos
MAZ 103 since 1997 description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of MAZ 103 in Baranavichy
MAZ 105 since 2002 description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of MAZ 105 in Baranavichy
MAZ 107 since 2006 description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of MAZ 107 in Baranavichy
MAZ 215 since 2014 description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

perspective
model appearance description and photos
MAZ 203 description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian
MAZ 205 description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

buses from the past
model appearance operation in Baranavichy description and photos
ZiS 155 ≈ 1950 –
≈ the first half of 60th of XX century

15 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian
PAZ 651 no photo ≈ the first half of 50th of XX century -
≈ 60th of XX century

≈15 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian
PAZ 652 no photo ≈ the second half of 50th of XX century –
≈ 70th of XX century

≈20 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian
ZIL/LiAZ 158(V) ≈ the first half of 60th of XX century –
≈ the late 70th of XX century

≈ 20 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian
LAZ 695 1959(?) – ≈ the late 70th of XX century

≈ 20 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian
LiAZ 677(M) 1971 –
the first half of I decade of XXI century

≈ 30 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of LiAZ 677 in Baranavichy
Jelcz 120M 1992–2007

15 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of Jelcz 120M in Baranavichy
Ikarus 263 1991–2007

16 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of Ikarus 263 in Baranavichy
LiAZ/Nyeman 5256 1993–2009

16 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of LiAZ/Nyeman 5256 in Baranavichy
Ikarus 260 1974–2010

36 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of Ikarus 260 in Baranavichy
Ikarus 280 1982–2013

31 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of Ikarus 280 in Baranavichy
Amkador 10126 1993–2013

20 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of Amkador 10126 in Baranavichy
MAZ 104 1999–2016

16 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of MAZ 104 in Baranavichy
Nyeman 5201 2007–2017

10 years
description and specifications
in Belarusian / in Russian

photos of Nyeman 5201 in Baranavichy


Additional information
the list of Baranavichy buses (Yauheni Shpak)
deliveries of buses to Baranavichy in 1966–1985 (Anatol Lahachou)
deliveries of buses to Baranavichy since 1944 (Anatol Lahachou, Yauheni Shpak)

Recommended internal links
bus routes of Baranavichy city in Belarusian / in Russian
the history of public transport in Baranavichy
transport photos

Recommended external links
the timetable of city buses on the web site of Baranavichy bus depot (in Russian)
photo gallery of public transport in Baranavichy city — bartrans.ucoz.net (in Russian)
rolling stock list of Baranavichy Bus Depot OJSC — busphoto.ru (in Russian)
rolling stock list of Baranavichy Bus Depot OJSC — fotobus.msk.ru (in Russian)
the information is updated on 14.01.2018

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