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Vladivostok will receive two electric buses from the Moscow region
Two large low-floor electric buses with a capacity of 85 people purchased by the Vladivostok administration should arrive in Primorye by mid-December. Together with them, a charging station will be delivered to the city.
On November 29, electric buses were sent from the city of Likino-Dulyovo, Moscow Region; in Primorye, they should arrive by December 15. According to the head of the transport department, Alexander Ivanov, the supplier was a little late with the delivery time, so he will pay a penalty.
As the press service of the Vladivostok administration reports, each electric bus is equipped with a heating system, air conditioning, a running line, sound warning systems and GLONASS. It is planned that they will work on the route Lugovaya - Railway Station. A charging station will be installed on Novoivanovskaya Street.