Tbilisi City Hall will add 200 new 12-meter ISUZU buses to Tbilisi’s auto park. 100 out of those buses will be working on natural gas, whereas the other 100 on electricity. Tbilisi Mayor, Kakha Kaladze spoke regarding this when presenting the renewed auto park of Tbilisi.
“Every European country is going in this direction and of course, we will not fall behind”, stated Kaladze.
Additionally, Tbilisi will have 50 new green buses of MAN Company and 40 buses will be added to the auto park gradually.
In regards to ISUZU buses, the contracting company stated that they will start providing the city with buses from August 2019 and they will fulfill the conditions of the agreement by December 24th, 2019. BM.GE was told regarding this by Levan Gogsadze himself, Director of “GT Group” - the company that won the tender.
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