Two New Electric Buses Will Be Used On The Goa Airport Route

Two out of the 30 electric Kadamba buses that recently arrived in Goa are going to be a part of the special airport bus service. It will let passengers from Calangute or Panaji to travel at a Rs 100-150 bus fare.

The transport minister, Mauvin Godinho, said that tourists should also reap the benefits of these electric buses. “We have to see the load factor and then decide. We will speak to the director of airports in this regard and then keep two buses on the route,” revealed KTC managing director, Derek Periera.

Presently, two electric buses are travelling on the Calangute to/from Goa airport and Panaji to/from Goa airport routes.

“The use of electric vehicles is a global concept. The speed at which diesel prices are rising, no one will be able to run buses or cars. The electric vehicles will be the new concept to adopt. The entire picture will change, going towards green fuel,” Neto stated.

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