Zero emission public transport services for Schiphol Amsterdam Airport and along the core corridors
The area of Amsterdam, Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, Haarlem-Ijmond and Amstelland-Meerlanden is one on the most congested and poor air quality regions in the Netherlands. It is located along three TEN-T Corridors (Rhine- Alpine, North Sea-Mediterranean and North Sea Baltic).
The Action aims at accelerating the sustainability of public transport by organising a large scale e-public bus transport. It is part of a multimodal Global Project aiming to boost modal shift by 20% by offering mobility-as-a-service, combining e-bikes, shared electric cars, a multimodal information platform and connections to rail, air and water transport.
The Action will deploy 220 Zero-Emission e-buses and realise 169 charging stations to serve two public transport concessions.