Once complete, the new automatic electric charging system will allow EMT Madrid to charge its vehicles without the intervention of an operator, in the shortest time possible.
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With passenger levels significantly higher on EMT night lines and during the weekends, EMT Madrid is on track with its post-pandemic recovery, having increased its passenger levels by 12 per cent since the start of 2022.
With more electric buses to be added, EMT Madrid predicts that the municipal electric fleet will be made up of 190 vehicles by the end of 2022, increasing to 329 vehicles by the end of 2023.
Madrid City Council’s addition of 6km to the city’s bus lanes brings the Spanish capital’s total network of bus lanes to nearly 200km – reflecting Madrid’s commitment to promote public transport use and sustainable mobility.
13 March 2017 | By Rachael Harper
Scania will deliver a further 160 gas city buses to the Spanish capital as part of Madrid’s complete bus renewal programme.