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Moscow has launched its 900th electric bus

  RusAutoNews.- As repoted by the press office of Mosgortrans, the 900th electric bus has hit the streets of Moscow. The jubilee e-bus decorated with neon lights will operate in

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Moscow has launched 26 training electric buses since the beginning of 2021

  RusAutoNews.- In 2021 Moscow has launched 26 training electric buses to help students of the Corporative University of Moscow Transport to practice and improve driver’s skills, as reported by

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The first 60 Kamaz electric buses have been assembled in Moscow

  RusAutoNewsCom.- 60 units Kamaz electric buses have been assembled at the Sokolnichesky Automobile Repair and Construction Plant in Moscow and delivered to Mosgortrans State Unitary Enterprise (SUE), as reported

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KAMAZ has supplied more than 500 NEFAZ buses to Moscow

  RusAutoNewsCom.- As announced by the company press office, Kamaz has fulfilled the third contract, proposing the supply of a large fleet of Nefaz buses to the State Unitary Enterprise

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GAZ and KAMAZ will supply Moscow with 839 diesel and electric buses in 2020

  Finmarket.- GAZ Group will supply Moscow with 328 diesel buses for 5.5 billion rubles and Kamaz with 511 electric buses, worth 6.5 billion rubles, according to the public procurement

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Moscow has ordered 100 KAMAZ electric buses

  Vedomosti.- Moscow has signed a life-cycle contract with Kamaz for the supply of 100 electric buses and 36 ultra-fast charging stations, as reported by Interfax, citing the capital’s department

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KAMAZ has won the tender on the supply of 600 NEFAZ buses to Moscow

  RusAutoNewsCom.- Kamaz will supply the State Unitary Enterprise Mosgortrans with approximately 600 Nefaz buses for the duration of three years. As reported by Kamaz press office, a three-year contract,