The eBussed thematic articles

24: Livorno province readiness for electric bus deployment: what has changed?

23: The process of e-bus deployment in South Transdanubia in the last three years

22: The number of e-buses surged in Turku in three years

21: Insights into the merits of the total cost of ownership and some financial indications regarding Dutch e-bus investments and operations

20: Electric public transport fosters green transit-oriented development

19: Drivers and barriers to the electrification of public transport in the Maltese islands

18: Developing a strategy to support the procurement and operating an e-bus fleet

17: Green Bus Programme – Green bus call for proposals to promote e-mobility and enable local municipalities to purchase electric buses

16: Fire safety in e-bus depots – Risk prevention and handling

15: The crucial role of driver training in the deployment of electric buses

14: Comparing the procurement and tendering process for electric buses in the Utrecht and Hamburg region

13: The benefits of (automatic) pre-conditioning of e-buses

12: User interface towards passengers: description of e-bus marketing in several eBussed regions


11: Readiness Indicators to electric bus deployment


10: Driver and Barriers to electric bus deployment


9: Operation Experience Of Electric Buses In Turku From The Drivers' Perspective


8: Recent e-bus developments in Hamburg: Autonomous driving and electrification of bus fleets


7: Understanding how the value chains of e-bus public transport work for six European regions


6: Neighbourhood buses and so-called Hamburg-Takt: Shaping the mobility transition in Hamburg


5: Companies, Big Data and the evolution towards zero emissions transport


4: Electric mobility in Malta


3: Protheus Smart Grid Project for Urban e-Mobility


2: Procurement and piloting of electric buses in Turku


1: Electric bus deployment in Utrecht