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Curitiba Goes Electric: New Law for Eco-Friendly Buses
Mayor Rafael Greca signs a special law to get Curitiba its first 70 electric buses. They'll hit the streets in May 2024, helping the city be greener and saving money in the long run. It's a smart move for a cleaner, budget-friendly future in Curitiba's public transportation.
Salvador Secures Funds for Brazil's Largest Electric Bus Fleet
Salvador's City Council greenlights international funds for 120 electric buses, aiming to make the city a national leader in eco-friendly transit. With R$525 million, including 180 air-conditioned buses, Salvador plans to have half its public transport fleet upgraded by 2024.
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TUMI E-Bus Mission Webinar: Route-Level Total Cost of Ownership Analysis Framework: Bangalore
The webinar will address total cost of ownership (TCO) and the impact of bus routing. It will
answer the frequently asked question, “How much will e-buses cost".