The new bus priority routes have resulted in better service punctuality and predictability in the city centre, and are helping operators to gather key data to support future enhancements to service.
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Aberdeen City Council
The Scottish government's £200,000 funding will help improve Aberdeen's bus infrastructure, further reducing congestion and enhancing punctuality for passengers.
The hydrogen buses save an estimated one kilogram of CO2 per kilometre they drive according to Aberdeen City Council and are virtually silent too.
The indicative timeline has considered the earliest period in which LEZs could be realistically introduced using the powers of the Transport (Scotland) Act.
The hydrogen buses will be arriving in the city in the Spring 2020 and will be rolled out around the city for several weeks during a testing period, and bus drivers will receive the appropriate training.