Tata Motors has commenced
trials of its 9 meters electric bus in Chandigarh. With a capacity to seat 31
passengers, the Tata Ultra ELECTRIC 9m bus will run for over 15-days, with the
trial jointly carried out with Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) and the
State Transport Department, with the Chandigarh administration having started
the process of introducing electric buses in the city under its Smart City plan
This is in continuation to the
successful trial of the 9 meters electric bus trial from Parwanoo to Shimla a
few weeks ago, where the bus covered a distance of 160 kms in one full charge.
The initial trials in Chandigarh also show very encouraging results in a
running of 143 kms, covering approximately 70% of the charge. The trials are
part of the Ministry of Road Transport’s agenda for the electrification of
public transport, for which Tata Motors is getting ready with its range of
electric vehicles, from 9 meters and 12 meters with various seating
configurations, as well as its last mile passenger transport vehicle, the Tata
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