New buses for the operator from Tychy

Publication date: 16.01.2020

20 brand new natural gas buses. Equipped with a fire detection and extinguishing system in the engine compartment, as well as USB ports and a Wi-Fi network. On Saturday, the presentation of a new fleet in Tychy.

The presentation at Baczyński Square will take place on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 13:00 - 16:00. At. The official handing over and dedication of new buses are scheduled for 14:00. The attractions will include bus labyrinth, presentation of vehicles, games for children and contest for the slogan promoting public transport.

PKM Tychy bought 20 AUTOSAN MAXI class buses powered by natural gas (CNG). The vehicles are low-floor and meet the Euro 6 emissions standard. Each of them is adapted for refueling with biogas. These will be the next buses in our operator's fleet, which are equipped with a fire detection and extinguishing system in the engine compartment. This is all for raising the level of security. In addition, we will find USB ports and a Wi-Fi system on board.

The contract value is over PLN 24 million. The purchase of buses is co-financed from EU funds as part of a large project called "Purchase of modern eco-friendly bus rolling stock for the development of public transport in the Tychy subregion." The project value is over PLN 160 million. It includes not only the replacement of PKM Tychy rolling stock, but also the modernization of the depot.

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