India has been on the path to electrification for some time now, with a focus on public transport. In line with this, Tata Motors has started the process of deliveries for 40 units of the Ultra 9m AC Electric buses to Lucknow City Transport Services Limited (LCTSL) in a phased manner over the course of the next four months.
The first of the forty buses have already been flagged off today in Lucknow in the presences of the Hon’ble Minister of Urban Development, Suresh Kumar Khanna along with dignitaries from LCTSL and Tata Motors. The new bus will begin its journey from Alambagh depot.
The bus itself has been Made-in-India by Tata Motors and Tata Marcopolo Dharwad plant. The Ultra Electric Buses have a travelling range of up to 150 km on a single charge. Read More
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