zingbus Rolls Out Shared Intercity Electric Cabs
In the next 6 months, zingbus is planning to introduce around 120 electric cabs daily, connecting more than 40 cities. It intends to deploy over 80 electric buses throughout the country in the next 12 months.
April 29, 2023. By Anurima Mondal
Similar to a bus, a single seat can be booked in the electric cab by the passenger. As per zingbus, over 15,000 passengers travel to Agra and Jaipur from Delhi NCR. The electric cabs will not only make travel more convenient and cost-effective but also reduce over 100 tonnes of CO2 emissions per month. zingbus is joining hands with the National Highways for Electric Vehicles (NHEV) initiative to develop high-speed public charging stations on highways.
Talking about the opportunity provided by intercity travel for sustainable mobility, Prashant Kumar, CEO and Co-Founder, zingbus said that the company is committed to electrifying intercity transportation. He further added that around 65,000 tonnes of C2e would have been neutralised if zingbus customers' billion passenger miles over the last four years were completed using electric buses instead of the usual ICE buses. This amount is equivalent to the impact of 25 lakh trees in a year.
The ongoing project has shown promising results, as the electric cabs demonstrated lower operating costs than diesel/CNG cabs on the same routes. zingbus intends to deploy over 80 electric buses throughout the country in the next 12 months.
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