Spain: Burgos City Council will deploy new CNG-powered buses

Spain: Burgos City Council will deploy new CNG-powered buses

Six buses will join the fleet of the city at the end of the year. The Local Government Board has approved the award of these vehicles in three batches amounting 1.7 million euros, of which 1.2 million correspond to investments of treasury surplus and the remaining 500,000 from the regular budget. The vehicles are expected to be delivered in four months.

The first batch consists of three rigid buses powered by compressed natural gas, and the City Council has already approved the award of the supply contract to the Man Truck & Bus Iberia. The contract is for 980,000 euros.


The rest of the fleet will include a bus with electrical hybrid propulsion, valued at 410,000 euros, corresponding to the second batch, and two diesel microbuses for the historic center for 350,000 euros, which are part of the third batch.

The council responsible for the Municipal Accessibility and Transport Service (Samyt) Jorge Berzosa said that by the end of the year, or in January, the six new buses will be running through the streets of Burgos.

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