Saturday , March 6 2021

The KGB gas buses have been running for over a year, saving money and emissions



These days, 27 Kladno buses with CNG celebrate their first year of operation. It is used by ČSAD MHD from the Kladno Arriva group. Eighteen standard buses and nine CNG motorized towing cars were over three million kilometers and produced four tonnes of emissions. Outbound EURO II and III buses would generate 1 090 tonnes of emissions on the same slope.

Eighteen standard buses and nine CNG motorized towing cars were over three million kilometers and produced four tonnes of emissions. Outbound EURO II and III buses would generate 1 090 tonnes of emissions on the same slope.
photo: Arriva

Passengers can use alternative CNG buses meet in the suburban areas of integrated traffic in Prague and Kladno, Prague. "We had planned a rape of 2.2 million miles, but we were using more than three million kilometers for operational purposes" says Kladno Ludomír Landa, Head of ČSAD MHD.

It is modern buses from Czech manufacturer SOR. Standardways are two doors to suburban lines, including 41 seats and 41 seats. Stacked wagons are three-door, 54 seats and 82 seats, all vehicles are low floor, air conditioning and wi-fi.

"Seventeen seven CNG buses were replaced by the same number of EURO II and III fuel deliveries, which only produce 4 tonnes instead of 1 090 tonnes, thereby contributing significantly to reducing the emission load in the service area." more Ludomír Landa.

ČSAD MHD Kladno currently has 96 buses operating on natural gas at the 175-buses fleet. "We are planning a new purchase in 2019. CNG will have another 25 buses to meet the customer's requirements to meet the ever-increasing demand, in addition to the standard 12 buses, nine major 15-meter long and four articulated" closes Landan.

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