London ramps up electric double decker bus order

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London ramps up electric double decker bus order

Mayor announces plans for 10-fold increase in capital's zero emission double decker buses when 68 are added to fleet next summer

London could soon have the largest double-decker electric bus fleet in Europe, after Mayor Sadiq Khan yesterday announced another 68 will be added to the city's fleet next summer. It means the number...

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