Take a look at clean buses around the world

Have you thought about how a clean bus looks like? Here are some examples for you. Perhaps they can open up your imagination of clean bus.

 

This is Dancerbus in Lithuania. It uses glass as part of the bus materials so as to reduce 57% of the weight. Their source of power is merely electricity, which makes it a zero emission bus.

 

In Spain, landscape artist Marc Granen concerned about our global social situation between ourselves and nature. He designed a concept of PHYTOKINETIC – greenroofs for urban transport vehicles. He thinks this concept has many benefits to the city, including great energy saving, increasing urban green area, cooling the street, 0% CO2 emission and also enhance the quality of life.

 

A clean bus in UK. It has a function of filtering air pollutants. It is like a moving air freshener machine.

In Germany, Mercedes-Benz has launched a future bus which is a semi-autonomous bus. In 2016, it drove a little more than 12 miles from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport to Haarlem, a city just outside Amsterdam. The bus’s journey was especially impressive because the route included traffic lights, tunnels, and required the bus to navigate around people.

A french artist Benedetto Bufalino has converted a tipped over bus to create a public swimming pool.The artwork, called “the bus pool”, accommodates up to ten swimmers at any one time and has been open to locals since being revealed to the public in August 2019.

June 05 2020 | PF

Clean Air Network (CAN) conducted a study for 2 weeks in March 2020, with the purpose to identify the level of air pollution concentration (Nitrogen Dioxide, NO2) at 10 bus stops

March 30 2020 | Getting Ahead

As the top emerging environmental health risk, the air pollution is affecting everyone from head to toe, including damages on brain, neurone, respiratory, cardiovascular,

March 30 2020 | Getting Ahead

True, the global environment and air quality were improved due to reduced human activities during the pandemic. But, it will not last long if we switch to business as usual.