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Germany 2030: 3,000 electric buses in 5 biggest cities
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6 November 2018
On 6 November 2018 Automotive World reported:
Five German cities, 3,000 electric buses on the road. It's the 2030 outlook published by Wirtschaftswoche following a survey. Berlin, Hamburg, and Cologne have been the first to commit to the electrification of the bus fleet. Frankfurt and Munich are following.
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German cities investing in electric buses
Many cities are increasingly implementing diesel bans in order to lower the CO2 and particulate pollutions. In August, the Federal Ministry of Transport pledged a total of 125 million euros for the implementation of projects dedicated to the improvement of air quality. Also discount on public transport tickets are included among the measures taken in order to convince citizens to use collective transportation instead of private cars. The priority, anyway, Wirtschaftswoche reports, is the conversion of public transport to electric bus. The German weekly magazine has carried out a survey involving local public transport companies in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne and Frankfurt, i.e. the five largest German cities. The outcome? They are planning to purchase at least 3,000 electric buses by 2030.
Below, the outlooks by Interact Analysis about the evolution of European market of electric buses:
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