Member states must ‘step up’ investment in clean bus infrastructure

A transition to zero-emission buses is being held back by a lack of infrastructure, risking the possibility that the EU will miss its targets under the Clean Vehicles Directive, industry groups warn

A transition to zero-emission buses is being held back by a lack of charging infrastructure, risking the possibility that the EU will miss its targets under the Clean Vehicles Directive, transport industry groups have warned.

In a joint statement, auto industry group ACEA and the International Association of Public Transport (TIUP) have urged member states to increase investments in the charging and refuelling infrastructure needed for zero-emissions buses. 

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