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A new generation of vehicles appeared in Moscow in 2018. Since then, it has carried 43.5 million passengers and traveled over 17 million kilometers.

Moscow electric buses began to operate on route No. 789. It runs in the north-east of the capital from Kholmogorskaya Street through Yaroslavskoye Shosse and Serebryakov Passage (back through Dokukina Street) to the Botanichesky Sad metro station.

Thus, today there are already 34 electric bus routes in Moscow. New generation transport runs in the center, southwest, west, northwest, north, northeast and east of the city.

Electric buses began operating in the capital in 2018. Since then, they have carried 43.5 million passengers and covered more than 17 million kilometers. And in early July, the 400th electric bus entered the streets of the city. By the end of this year, their number is planned to be increased to 600.

Electric buses are convenient for passengers, including those with limited mobility. The transport is safe, low-floor, equipped with climate control and video surveillance systems, media screens and USB slots for charging mobile devices are installed in the cabin. The electric bus can accommodate 85 passengers and has 30 seats or more.

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