An agreement was signed on Nov.23, 2016 according to which Volvo will supply the City of Tallinn with 20 diesel-electric hybrid buses for a total of 6.2 million euros.
Volvo was the manufacturer of the hybrid buses previously acquired by the Estonian capital as well. In 2015, the city’s public transport company TLT bought 24 hybrid buses from Volvo to replace trolleybuses on routes 6 and 7, which were subsequently reassigned as routes 42 and 43.
The new batch of hybrid buses will be delivered in the second quarter of 2017.
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