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These hi-tech electric buses will run on the roads of Delhi, initially service on this route – fully electric bus in delhi public transport dtc pollution tuto

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  • All modern facilities in these electric buses
  • Arvind Kejriwal will show green signal

To stop the increasing pollution in Delhi, the Delhi government has decided to add electric buses in the transport system. Delhi’s Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot has shared the prototype photo of DTC’s first fully electric bus. For this, the Delhi government will first put 100 buses and later 300 buses on the roads of Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will show the green signal to this e-buses.

If you have a look at the new buses, then you will understand that it is completely different from CNG buses. These electric buses will be added to the fleet of DTC. However, the government plans that only 100 buses will be launched on the road first. After that, in the next few days, these 300 more new buses will be included with DTC.

First trial run of these buses will be done and they will be run on shorter routes. Many special facilities have also been given in these buses. There is also a charging point, a separate seat for the disabled.

First of all, there is an attempt to run these buses between South Delhi and Central Delhi. In this, the conductors will be of DTC. Whereas the driver will be hired by a private organization. Electric buses will be parked at Rohini, Subhash Place, Mayapuri and Rajghat depots. For this, bus charging depots have already been set up in Rohini and Munirka.

To charge these electric buses, the Delhi government is preparing to build about 100 charging stations. Charging stations will have to be prepared from now to connect new buses in future. Delhi Transport Corporation will also arrange charging stations for new electric buses at Dwarka, Nehru Place and Mehrauli depots.

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