Infrastructure

18 Jun 2019

SUCCES FOR IRIZAR IN SPAIN: ORDERS FOR 33 ZERO EMISSION BUSES

SUCCES FOR IRIZAR IN SPAIN: ORDERS FOR 33 ZERO EMISSION BUSES Irizar e-Mobility has scored orders from Madrid's public transport operator EMT for 20 ie buses of 12 meter and from Vitoria-Gasteiz for 7 ie tram articulated of 18 meters and 6 ie tram of 12 meter. For Madrid it is the second large order since EMT ordered last year 15 of Irizar zero emission buses and for Vitoria-Gasteiz it is the first Irizar order.

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13 Jun 2019

YUTONG 5G AUTONOMOUS BUS COMPLETES TRIAL ON PUBLIC ROAD

YUTONG 5G AUTONOMOUS BUS COMPLETES TRIAL ON PUBLIC ROAD On the World Telecommunication Day, May 17, the Henan provincial government (China) launched a 5G+ demonstration project in which Chinese bus manufacturer Yutong participated with the 5G Intelligent Public Transport project. On the public road of the Intelligent Island, the Yutong L4 autonomous bus completed a trial period, without steering wheel and console screen. Yutong says this autonomous bus is a key step on the road to true autonomous driving.

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01 Jun 2019

A GUIDING REPORT ON HOW TO IMPLEMENT ELECTRIC BUS SYSTEMS

A GUIDING REPORT ON HOW TO IMPLEMENT ELECTRIC BUS SYSTEMS The World resource institute together with the WRI Ross Center published a report about how to adopt electric bus systems in cities worldwide. According to the institutes the report utilizes in-depth case studies, clearsteps, and illustrative adoption paths, to provide not only a compelling vision of the future, but also a clear pathway to harnessing the air quality, climate, and other benefits of electric buses for a more sustainable future.

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06 May 2019

IRIZAR WINS TURNKEY CONTRACT FOR E-BUS SYSTEM IN SWISS SCHAFFHAUSEN

IRIZAR WINS TURNKEY CONTRACT FOR E-BUS SYSTEM IN SWISS SCHAFFHAUSEN Irizar e-mobility has won a contract to deliver 15 zero emissions electric buses and charging infrastructure to Schaffhausen in Switzerland. This is a unique project in Switzerland and Europe as the energy needed for the charging stations will be generated by the Rhine River as it passes through Schaffhausen.

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