A worker uses dry ice to wash the buses at the Shanghai Bashi Public Transportation’s second division depot in Baoshan, in China. Picture: Zigor AldamaA worker uses dry ice to wash the buses at the Shanghai Bashi Public Transportation’s second division depot in Baoshan, in China. Picture: Zigor Aldama
A worker uses dry ice to wash the buses at the Shanghai Bashi Public Transportation’s second division depot in Baoshan, in China. Picture: Zigor Aldama

Powered by the state, China takes charge of electric buses, with Shenzhen taking the lead

  • With world’s first all-electric public transport network, technology hub Shenzhen has taken pole position in a nationwide drive towards green development
  • Shanghai is not far behind, expects its own electric fleet to be on the road in 2020, two years ahead of schedule

Topic |   Future of transport
A worker uses dry ice to wash the buses at the Shanghai Bashi Public Transportation’s second division depot in Baoshan, in China. Picture: Zigor AldamaA worker uses dry ice to wash the buses at the Shanghai Bashi Public Transportation’s second division depot in Baoshan, in China. Picture: Zigor Aldama
A worker uses dry ice to wash the buses at the Shanghai Bashi Public Transportation’s second division depot in Baoshan, in China. Picture: Zigor Aldama
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