With EMT Madrid's latest addition of electric buses, the Spanish capital now has the most electrified lines in the country, behind Berlin in Europe.
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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.
Following a two-year wait, riders in Madrid are now able to benefit from Voi Technology’s e-scooters once again, with a fleet of 440 e-scooters set to be available to serve the Spanish capital by the end of March 2022.
As Line 75 joins the 100 per cent electric bus network, EMT Madrid moves a step closer to achieving 25 per cent of a fully electric fleet by 2025, with 16 electrified bus lines now operating in the capital.
To support EMT Madrid’s technological and sustainable revolution, the Mayor of Madrid has announced that the City Council of Madrid will be investing a historic €1 billion from 2021 to 2025.
In 2021, more than 2.6 million passengers travelled on EMT Madrid's three zero-emission bus lines, representing an over 100 per cent increase compared to the 1.1 million passengers in 2020.
This new service works exclusively with zero emission electric technology and, for the first time in the history of the city, the commercial line is free for users.