Fourteen electric buses in Reykjavík’s public transportation system have exceeded expectations.
An Icelandic horse named Stormsker became the first of its kind to have the honor of taking the bus.
Pets will be allowed on public buses alongside their humans in the Reykjavík capital area starting tomorrow.
Strætó BS has received approval from the Ministry for the Environment for a pilot project allowing pets on public buses.
Iceland’s public bus authority Strætó bs. has purchased nine electric-powered buses from Chinese specialist bus manufacturer Yutong.
An online competition for bus designs by the Reykjavík bus system has proved popular. The competition is not over until midnight tonight but already more than 20.000 votes have been cast and the competition website has twice become overloaded and crashed.
Reykjavík’s proposed public transport system, Borgarlína, or Cityline, will cost an estimated ISK 62–70 billion.