PALMA'S EMT public transport company announced yesterday that it is going to begin completely renewing its fleet of buses from the start of next year.

In February, the EMT is going to begin purchasing 100 new buses.
42 are going to run on diesel while the other 58 will run on natural gas.
Renewing the fleet is going to cost nearly 30 million euros but it is now apparently cheaper to buy the buses instead of leasing them, which is the current practice. The number of passengers using Palma's public bus system rose by 4.5 percent last month.


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