Travel From Pune To Ahmednagar In Eco-Friendly Way In Electric Bus

by Sanmita A
Travel From Pune To Ahmednagar In Eco-Friendly Way In Electric Bus

Climate Change, staying sustainable, and environmental consciousness that’s what everyone is discussing right now. And
the Indian state governments, too, are doing their bit to decrease their carbon footprint. The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) will launch its first electric buses, which will be functional from June 1 from Pune to Ahmednagar. The e-bus named ‘Shivai’ will run in phases.

E-Buses On Pune To Ahmednagar Route From June 1

The first electric bus will run on June 1. as MSRTC celebrates its founding day. The MSRTC will launch around 150 buses in the first phase. The MSRTC will also receive 1,000 electric buses and 2,000 CNG buses in different phases. Currently, the organisation has up to 18,000 buses under it, with more than a lakh employees and 248 bus depots. The MSRTC runs services within the state and adjoining areas.

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Other States With Electric Bus Services

Many states across India, even Maharashtra, have deployed electric buses, which are the best option for major metropolitan cities to go green and decrease pollution. Some major cities currently running e-buses are Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and even Pune. The MSRTC’s initiative will further help cut down carbon footprint in Pune city.

Electric buses

Why Electric Bus Services Over Others?

Well, the electric bus service not only helps to keep the climate’s condition in place but switching to one will significantly lower the emission of greenhouse gases. These gases have an adverse effect on children’s health as well as on people with asthma or respiratory disorders. And in some of India’s major cities, like parts of Delhi, NCR has seen a significant increase in the level of ozone gases.

The eventual transition from fuel-run vehicles to electric ones is of absolute necessity, considering the kind of environmental impact it has, plus the additional health risk that comes with it.

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