Go to the rail in Bosnia can not hire fast locomotive on the agenda of Turkey: Bosnia and Herzegovina received from the Railways locomotive 9 Spain, rails unavailable due to being in poor condition. The locomotives ordered by the Talgo company in 2005 reach a speed of 240 per hour. However, the current railway line in Bosnia allows maximum speed of 70 km / h. The locomotives were delivered to Bosnia in 2010. However, the investment required to improve the rails could not be made within this period. After the return period for the locomotives kept in the warehouse, the products remained. Now it is on the agenda to rent the locomotives to TCDD.
Enver Biyedic, Minister of Transport and Communication of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, stated that the maintenance of the trains for the use of the trains would cost 5 million Euros. But there was no budgetary allowance for this. Bosnia and Herzegovina was also the locomotive of Croatia's Konchar company for 5.3 euros. This locomotive was broken down in the capital Saraybonsa. The wages of the locomotives were not yet paid. Minister Biyedic said they would return the train from Croatia.
Bosnians must travel by 40 trains. The cost of unsuccessful purchase is also reflected in the ticket fees and the money is being paid to the citizens. Talgo brand locomotives are being negotiated for TCDD. Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1997 hand goods locomotives were renting in Turkey.