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Starting February 3, electric buses will operate on route No. 736 in Pechatniki instead of buses. Passengers will be able to travel by innovative transport to eight metro stations, the second Moscow Central Diameter and the Moscow Central Circle, as well as to clinics, educational institutions and the regional center of public services.

“We continue to replace buses with modern Russian-made electric buses, as instructed by Sergei Sobyanin. More and more innovative technology is hitting the roads of the capital. Already over 1.4 thousand environmentally friendly cars provide passengers with comfortable movement around the city and reduce their impact on the environment. On February 3, eight electric buses will go on route No. 736 in Pechatniki. On average, more than 2.3 thousand trips are made on it on weekdays,” said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport

Maxim Liksutov.

All electric buses are manufactured in Russia and serviced under life cycle contracts. This means that the manufacturer bears full responsibility for the serviceability of each machine for 15 years from the date of its transfer to the Mosgortrans fleet. All electric buses are low-floor. They are equipped with video surveillance and satellite navigation systems. Innovative urban transport has been running in the capital since 2018.

Modern fleets are being built in Moscow to service electric buses. The first in Russia and the largest in Europe opened in 2022 in TiNAO. It is called “Red Pakhra” Its capacity is designed to service up to 500 vehicles. Second electric bus fleet “Mitino”, capable of accommodating 300 units of environmentally friendly equipment, opened in July 2023 in the North-Western Administrative District, the third “Saltykovka” (designed for 100 cars) – went into operation at the end of 2023 in the Novokosino area in the east of the capital.

Moscow is the number one city in Europe in terms of the number of electric buses, as well as a leader in the development and use of electric transport. Today, there are over 1.4 thousand electric buses operating in the capital, serving about 120 city routes. In 2023, more than 350 electric buses were delivered to the city.

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