As Transcaribe announced through a press release, the technical staff from the Directorate of Operations and Infrastructure at the company accompanied the specialists who came to the city to be present in these trials. They expect that the results of the CNG bus trials will be issued today. That document will serve as a contribution to avoid future problems once Transcaribe fleet starts operations in the city of Cartagena.
Last week, Transcaribe reported that 10 companies have shown their interest in providing the natural gas technology required. The fuel has been chosen to power about 600 buses that will serve on the projected mass transit routes.
It is noteworthy that Cartagena will be the city that will host the International Conference and Exhibition on Natural Gas Vehicles NGV2013 Colombia, which will be held on November 6-8. It is regarded as the most important event of the sector in Latin America this year.