Infrastructure

11 Oct 2020

AMSTERDAM ANNOUNCES INVESTMENT SCHEME OF 235 MILLION EUROS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT

AMSTERDAM ANNOUNCES INVESTMENT SCHEME OF 235 MILLION EUROS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT Recently the regional Transport Council for Amsterdam (The Netherlands) announced extra funding of public transport. The Amsterdam region is making an extra 235 million euros available for public transport. The Amsterdam Transport Region sees the corona crisis as a unique opportunity to implement necessary changes to make mobility in the region future-proof.

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09 Oct 2020

TEL AVIV STARTS PILOT WITH CHARGING BY ELECTRIC ROADS

TEL AVIV STARTS PILOT WITH CHARGING BY ELECTRIC ROADS In Tel Aviv (Israel) a pilot will start with wireless electric roads for charging buses for public transportation. It is the first project of its kind in Israel. The “charging roads” will be installed between Tel Aviv University Railway Station and Klatzkin Terminal in Ramat Aviv. Of the two kilometre route 600 meters will be of the new “electric road”. Partners in this pilot project are Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, ElectReon and Dan Bus Company.

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30 Sep 2020

MAN IS PREPARING ITS WORKSHOPS FOR THE MOBILITY REVOLUTION

MAN IS PREPARING ITS WORKSHOPS FOR THE MOBILITY REVOLUTION MAN Truck & Bus is preparing its European workshops for dealing with electric vehicles. The company is thus ensuring that customers can continue to rely on the MAN service network when it comes to e-mobility. MAN is planning to prepare a total of 110 service outlets in Europe to deal with electric vehicles by the end of 2020. 60 additional workshops are to follow by the end of 2021.

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20 Sep 2020

KAZAKHSTAN IS LOOKING TO RENEW ITS ENTIRE BUS FLEET

KAZAKHSTAN IS LOOKING TO RENEW ITS ENTIRE BUS FLEET Intercity and intraregional passenger transport of Kazakhstan is in a problematic state. Used equipment is often 30 years or more old. So Kazakhstan is preparing to renew its bus fleet as the news website zakon.kz reports. According to analytical data, in Kazakhstan there are more than 12 thousand pieces of worn-out equipment, half of which are in critical condition.

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