Sajha Yatayat Launches Electric Buses In Nepal From Tuesday: Know About The C6 Electric Buses In Detail
Sajha Yatayat launches electric buses to be operated on Tuesday. The electric C6 buses have been handed over to the Lumbini Development Fund as aid from the Asian Development Bank and will be used to convey passengers from the Bhairahawa Airport to various tourist sites in Lumbini.
Since the international airport in Bhirahawa “Gautam Buddha International Airport” is yet to be completed, these buses will serve passengers in the city as Sajha Yatayat. The C6 buses are 5 in numbers and have 19 seats which accommodate 35 passengers at a time. These buses are provided by Chinese Company BYD.
The initiation of this kind of buses will reduce the emission of gases, reduces fuels in an enormous amount. It is a green bus and has zero emission, provides better acceleration as compared to other traditional buses, it has 25% lower maintenance cost and is best of its kind in the market of rising gasoline.
Nepal is really moving towards the future in a developmental phase- electric buses are really taking a turn in the spotlight. With the development of the roads and transport system, the initiation of these electric buses has a lot of advantages as told. Recently the government has introduced two airbuses in Airport from Bangladesh which running safely within its limits.
The electric buses were inaugurated by Prime Minister K.P Sharma Oli. All the credit goes Mr. Kanak Mani Dixit, Chairman Of Sajha Yatayat who planned and brought it into implementation after the deal from the Chinese Electric Vehicle Manufacturer, BYD: The largest manufacturer of electric buses in the world. Two buses have already arrived and the rest of the three will arrive within the interval of 2-3 months. These electric buses will have social, economic and environmental benefits as well which supports the government for the switch of the traditional fuel-based motor vehicle to electric green buses.