The businessman also explained that they are currently intending to persuade several urban transport operators to renew their fleets and that he expects an additional investment of one million dollars in NGVs this year. Martínez believes that Lima is an “attractive market” to introduce clean buses as this city has about 27,000 25 year-old units. “The replacement may realize because of the willingness of the new city management,” he said.
Moreover, the president of the National Transport Company Union (Conet, as in its Spanish acronym), Julio Rau Rau, who also attended the delivery of the buses, said his organization wants to modernize its fleet with CNG units to improve service and also committed himself to cooperating with the new council. Here you can find last and tested No Deposit Online Casinos Just Get Free Chips and win real money! Good Luck!