Shared transport has been operating electric buses since Thursday, with women drivers and co-drivers on board. Three buses from China have been checked and brought into operation. For now, these buses will operate two routes to New Bus Park, Balaju, Thamel, Ratna Park, Sanhadarbar, two to Airport and another to Budhanilkantha via Lagankhel, Lanchaur, Basbari. In order to make urban travel simple and comfortable, to make it comfortable for the passengers in a dignified manner, to create the atmosphere they want, in today’s digital modern world, wife and CCTV cameras, handicapped friendly seats, TVs, etc. The shared transport business association has stated.
He said that the vehicles have been brought into operation in a way that is comfortable even for the passengers traveling on bikes and scooters in the best city. Bishwa Bandhu Thapa, chairman of the public transport, operated the three vehicles on a daily basis. With the price of fuel in Nepal increasing more than 13 times in a year, the largest sustainable electronic company is bringing Nepal Bus through Tatopani Naka to bring electronic bus into operation. At a time when there is a lot of potential for electricity in Nepal, a sustainable company is planning to introduce electric buses to reduce fuel consumption.
As the price of diesel and petrol skyrocketed, such technologies came into use, which seems to benefit consumers a lot. Digo, which is considered to be big in terms of electronics, is going to bring bus operation in Nepal in collaboration with shared bus, which has a special dependence on what kind of market in Nepal, how much can be benefited from it. According to Gaurab Raj Pandey, project manager working on the electronic bus of the shared bus, many people were happy when three buses entered Nepal from the Chinese border. The 8.5-meter-long bus has a seating capacity of 26 passengers and, as it is a low-height bus, has a good seating arrangement for wheelchairs, he said.
With a wrench capacity of 200 km, it has a capacity of 165 km, especially for Kathmandu. Built under the branding of shared transport, the bus also has a very good look, which has made it attractive to the viewer. Made in China, the construction company has placed its logo right in the middle. LED arrangements have already been made for the bus journey from where to where. It is seen that the vehicle has been manufactured by adopting international safety standards. In this bus which is considered to be more convenient than other buses, all kinds of people will be able to avail the facility.
Even in terms of sanitation, the bus, which is considered clean, will be able to use a lot of potential electricity in Nepal, which does not seem to have to depend on expensive oil to bring it into operation. This vehicle is self-sensing when it collides with other vehicles, it also has a bicycle carrier. Charging has been arranged at the diesel petrol station of other buses, which can be charged from a 90 kW charger. The vehicle is said to be fully charged in 2.5 hours, and once fully charged, it can run up to 200 km. This vehicle is also considered to be easier to drive than other vehicles.