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The first electric bus was delivered to Vladivostok
The first electric bus was brought to the capital of Primorsky Krai. This is one of two cars assembled at the Likinsky Bus Plant by order of the region. Local authorities want to try out this model and subsequently massively introduce it on city routes.
According to the press service of the regional administration, the electric bus is low-floor and can accommodate up to 85 passengers. It is equipped with air conditioning, a running line for citizens with hearing impairments, an audible warning system.
In parallel with the delivery of transport in Vladivostok, preparations are underway for the installation of a fast-charging power station, it will be located on Novoivanovskaya Street, and the buses themselves will run along the Lugovaya - Railway Station route.
Currently, the LiAZ-6274 model of electric buses is released in the amount of 103 units. 100 of them work in Moscow, one in Tyumen, two more will walk on the roads of Vladivostok.