Chile will expand the electromobility of its public transport to the north of the country with the implementation of a fleet of 100 buses in the city of Copiapó, the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications reported on Friday.
“In Copiapó we will take an important step to bridge the gap between Santiago and the regions, by transforming the regional capital into one of the first cities in the country with fully electric public transport,”, said Transport Minister, Gloria Hutt.
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