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How a Chinese city turned all its 16,000 buses electric
by Patrick Sisson
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4 May 2018
On 4 May 2018 Curbed reported:
U.S. cities have started to show some enthusiasm for electric buses. New York City is trialing electric models as part of a larger bid to reduce emissions. And last month, Los Angeles announced it will spend $36.1 million on electric buses, part of the city's far-reaching plan to transition to a zero-emission fleet by 2030. LA joins other cities making big plans to adopt electric buses, which run quieter and cleaner and reduce urban carbon emissions, including London and Paris, which pledged to go electric by 2025. Then, there's China, and the city of Shenzhen. The 12.5 million-person metropolis made headlines last year as the first to operate an all-electric bus system. It's a significant achievement, especially considering the size of the city's fleet, which totals 16,359 vehicles ...
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