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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Electric cars can alleviate traffic on dedicated lanes

Owners of electric cars in the future will be free to move on dedicated lanes for public transport. The government is also considering the introduction and other bonuses.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

The first part of the government program on the development of electric vehicles in Russia up to 2025 envisages the introduction of measures to stimulate production and operation of electric vehicles, writes “Kommersant”.

In particular, electric vehicles will be able to ride on dedicated lanes for public transport, free Parking in the cities. Also they propose to equate to the cab and to introduce the special sign “a Place for Parking of an individual vehicle with an electric motor”.

The publication notes that the Cabinet of Ministers is also considering the option of introducing free travel on the toll highways, the abolition of the vehicle tax and reduced rates for hybrid cars.

The second part of the project proposes the creation and development of a network of charging stations. In particular, the document proposes to establish a compulsory share of electric mobility, to use public transport, as well as equipping city parks and Parking lots of shopping malls charging devices.

According to traffic police of Russia, the country as of April this year was about 650 electric cars, with a third of them in Moscow.

Note that in Germany by 2020, plan to ride about a million electric cars.

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    12.07.2016 at 16:15

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