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Challenge / Goal

To improve sustinable mobility, increase autonomy from fossil fuels, reduce carbon emissions and increase interconnectivity with IT and technical interfaces throughout the city. 

Nottingham has set itself the aim of becoming the UK's Green Bus Capital. This Use Case supports other Nottingham City On-Line Electric Vehicle (OLEV) transport investments, such as in the financing of 53 biomethane double decker buses.

The project as a whole aimed to help improve air quality, decrease traffic congestion and lower carbon emissions.                                                


A new charging depot with 12 charging points has been implemented at a local Park and Ride site to charge 13 new BYD buses .

These buses will  be deployed on the Centrelink and Ecolink bus routes and operate along the city's new ULEV (Ultra Low Emission Vehicles) shared lane, which when completed in March 2018 will provide bus priority for both electric and biomethane buses and also allow electric cars to use bus lanes for a trial period.


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Time period

Planning time: 6 months to 1 year

Implementation time: 1 to 2 years


Enterprise Car Club, OLEV (Office of Low Emission Vehicles), D2N2

Service providers

BYD, Nissan

End users

Citizens, Local Businesses

    Main benefits

  • Reducing use of fossils in public transport

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