Liverpool City Region to bid for double the amount of planned hydrogen buses

The Liverpool City Region’s planned hydrogen bus fleet could double in size with a new proposed bid to provide extra funding having been discussed at the Combined Authority (CA) meeting on Friday (June 4).

This could see the planned hydrogen bus fleet increased to a size of 40 vehicles, enough the fully service the city’s busiest route – the 10A between St Helens and Liverpool City Centre.

The roll out of the new zero-emission hydrogen buses is a key part of Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram’s plans to deliver an integrated London-style transportation system.

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