A public-private partnership for sustainable mobility
The arrival of these 100 new buses, through a public-private partnership between companies and the government, is solid proof that electric mobility in public transport is not only practical but also contributes to improving passengers’ experience of the service, cutting pollution in the city and improving people’s quality of life.
Head of Enel X Chile
The electric bus terminals
The Avenida Grecia electric corridor, which is served by the sustainable buses, stands out for its functionality and innovation. As well as low environmental impact LED lighting, there is also bicycle parking, screens displaying real-time information about all 40 locations in the Avenida Grecia corridor, a monitoring station that surveys the climatic conditions and pollution, USB chargers, Wi-Fi hotspots and a system of photovoltaic panels to power everything.
Leading the way on the road to decarbonisation is a bus, and its name is “Electric Revolution.”