World’s first hydrogen-powered buses to be introduced in London

May 14, 2019 · standard.co.uk

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The world’s first hydrogen-powered double-deckers are being introduced in London to cut bus emissions and tackle toxic air.

Twenty of the £500,000 "zero emission" vehicles will enter service on three routes next year, Transport for London announced today.

They will be used on route seven, which links East Acton and Oxford Circus, N7, which extends further west to Northolt, and the 245, which links Alperton and Golders Green.

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