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MesajTrimis: Mar 31 Iul 2012 12:25:57    Titlul subiectului: Noua Zeelanda, Wellington 157730

In Welligton veti gasi aceleasi bine intretinute masini ca si in Auckland.
Singurele masini vechi le-am vazut la MOTAT Auckland (Museum Of Transport And Technology).

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Troleibuzele din Wellington au ajuns la capat de drum. In ultimii doi ani nu au mai circulat si se pare ca primaria a renuntat definitiv la reintroducerea lor. Articolul se gaseste aici.

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Wellington's retired trolley buses destined for museums or scrapheap

Plans to retrofit Wellington's retired electric trolley buses look to have finally hit the end of the road.

Most of the 57 buses have been largely gathering dust since they were removed two years ago, despite initial plans to have some of them back on the road within months.

It's now been revealed the vehicles, most of which have been replaced by diesel buses over the past two years, will most likely end up on the scrapheap, in museums, or overseas.

The initial plan was for owners NZ Bus to refit the trolleys with hybrid Wrightspeed motors after they were removed in October 2017, and gradually put them back into service from the following month.

It's now understood NZ Bus is requesting expressions of interest to supply a new fleet in order to meet its obligation to Greater Wellington Regional Council to provide electric replacements for the trolleys.

The regional council's sustainable transport committee deputy chairperson, Daran Ponter, said that option had appeared likely "for some time".

Although the existing buses could be retrofitted, it was only five to seven years before the vehicles were too old to be used as public transport vehicles, he said.

New bus contracts signed during the Wellington network changeover last year were for up to 12 years.

Ponter said without the failed attempt to fit the trolleys with the experimental Wrightspeed technology, a new fleet of electric buses could have already been rolled out.

He and a few councillors later tried to overturn that decision.

"My view is that we could have got another seven years of life out of the trolleys but for the fact that Wellington Electricity insisted on expensive multimillion-dollar upgrades to the substations.

One of the buses had been successfully converted and was operating in Wellington as a prototype.

It's understood it would cost several hundred thousand dollars to retrofit each trolley bus, while buying a new electric bus would have a similar cost.

The regional council hopes to have 83 electric buses in its fleet within the next five years, made up of 51 trolley replacements and 32 double-deckers scheduled to be introduced by Tranzurban by the end of 2021.

The council currently has 10 electric buses in its 466-strong fleet.

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