Transit Systems to deploy two hydrogen-powered buses in Victoria

Transit Systems has announced two new hydrogen-powered buses will be deployed for the Victorian Government in Australia.

Aluminium Revolutionary Chassis Company (ARCC) in Western Sydney manufactured the buses, which are estimated to save approximately 90 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

Transit Systems is taking part in the three-year Victorian Government ZEB trial, which will see 52 zero-emission buses rolled out across the state, with Transit operating its buses on routes throughout Melbourne, Williamstown, Moonee Ponds, Footscray and Sunshine.

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