The Transport Authority of Almaty is the regulator of urban mobility in the former capital of Kazakhstan. It manages 14 bus companies, 13 private and one public. Their process of fleet renewal begun in 2016, and now there is the need to renew 400 of the 2000 buses that run in the city. The majority will be natural gas buses but also the transport Authority will put 10 electric buses on the streets as a test.
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