VGMobility Signs Alliance with Consorcio Express to Provide More than 1,000 Electric Buses in Bogota

As part of its commitment to sustainability, VG Mobility announced through an official statement the signing of an agreement with Consorcio Express, main operator of the Integrated Public Transport System of Bogota, to support the transition of 1,056 electric buses in the city.

Thus, the Vitol Group company will be key in the path towards electromobility in the capital of Colombia over the next 6 years, relying on its extensive experience in projects of this caliber, with more than 400 electrified units in the nation, while in Chile it has more than 40 and 2 electroterminals.

Thus, the San Cristobal and Usaquen areas of the Integrated Public Transport System of Bogota will have units that operate with high environmental standards, in favor of sustainability, benefiting inhabitants, society and the planet.

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VGMobility: A Key Player in Electromobility

With this important alliance, the transportation service will run along Carrera Séptima, from Portal 20 de Julio, along with several routes that connect Bogotá, contributing to the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions.

“Having fleets of 100% electric buses is a reality that undoubtedly generates positive impact immediately reflected in the welfare of the community. Although the logistical challenges are not minor, our experience allows us to implement projects from start to finish with operators, mitigating operational and financial risks involved in electric mobility,” says Andres Jaramillo, General Manager of VGMobility.

Finally, Fernando Rojas Rojas, Manager of Consorcio Express, stated that “this alliance allows us to make the best fleet renewal scenario for Bogota a reality, maintaining its objective of providing the best service in the best conditions of safety and quality for users”.

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