It’s out today, it smells of freshly-printed paper and is ready for traveling around the globe in order to be massively-distributed at Next Mobility Exhibition in Milan, IT-TRANS in Karlsruhe, Busworld South East Asia in Jakarta (Indonesia), Busworld Turkey in Istanbul.

We are talking about the second issue 2024 of Sustainable Bus Magazine, that follows the first one out in February and anticipates two further issues out in September and November.

Sustainable Bus May 2024 is out

Readers will find a behind-the-scenes tour of Forsee Power’s plant in Poitiers, where buses account for two-thirds of sales, and an insight on VDL’s ambitious plans to produce over 800 e-buses per year at their new factory in Roeselare, Belgium.

The resurgence of public ownership in the UK’s bus services sector is another core topic. Moreover, Volvo’s latest innovations in the intercity segment with the Volvo BZR and 8900 Electric buses is subject of a product presentation, as well as updates to the Solaris Urbino 12 Electric, the most sold electric bus model in Europe, that now feature modular drivetrain and more battery capacity.

Readers can also learn about the innovative Mercedes eCitaro G fuel cell bus, that we had the chance to test drive, and gain insights into the Altas Novus City V7, a 7.5-meter bus built on Zhongtong’s platform.

The magazine wraps up with a comprehensive portfolio of zero-emission buses currently available on the European market.


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