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Va y Ven is committed to electromobility: 45 King Long electric buses for night routes

Initiative that will begin in May 2024 in the city of Yucatán, Mexico.

06 March 2024

In May, the Yucatán Va y Ven transportation system will implement 45 King Long electric buses on night routes. These vehicles will operate daily between 10:30 at night and 5 in the morning. This initiative is part of a broader renewal of the Va y Ven fleet, which will include 616 new buses, including conventional, electric and hybrid, covering 70 routes. The adoption of King Long electric buses, already present in other states of Mexico, represents an important step towards more sustainable mobility in Yucatán.

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The project will begin in May 2024 and seeks to improve service quality, reduce environmental impact and offer a more comfortable travel experience to users.

The incorporation of these electric buses is part of the modernization plan for the Va y Ven system. The initiative is expected to benefit thousands of users who use night routes, especially in areas with greater influx of passengers.

This project is an example of the Yucatan government's commitment to the sustainability and modernization of public transportation. The commitment to electromobility is a global trend that seeks to improve the quality of life in cities and reduce the environmental impact of transportation.

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The governor of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila, announced the incorporation of 616 new buses for August, including conventional, electric and hybrid models in the Va y Ven system, covering 70 routes. The King Long electric minibuses, with a presence in other Mexican states, stand out for their compact design, panoramic windows, LED headlights, lithium iron phosphate battery with 200-250 km of autonomy and full charge in 90 minutes, guaranteeing safety and stability.