The morning of Dec. 2 at the central square of Vladivostok held a presentation of 32 new buses.
Buses arrived in Vladivostok on November 30. They all left the assembly line about 3 months ago. The capacity of each — 100. All are equipped with devices for arrival wheelchairs and prams. These buses are equipped with automatic transmissions with a special device, locking the machine speed on the climbs and descents, as well as accumulators of wheels, brake pad wear sensors, brake assist and anti-lock. According to the vice-president of the German manufacturing company MAN Truck &Bus AG Andreas Kuttner, who arrived in Vladivostok, the engines of the buses meet the most stringent environmental requirements.
In Vladivostok, there are already several such buses. They came in a year ago. Since March of this year — at work. And, according to the driver with a 37-year veteran Alexei Kopyla, during this time never required repair. These buses are like drivers and passengers. Speaking about the drivers — on new buses will work best, winning the contest. In the words of the deputy head of the administration of Vladivostok Maxim Molchanov, "we are tolerant, but it turned out that the drivers of all new buses — Russian."
The new buses will take to the trails in a week, will work in the city center, Deep Snow, on Neybuta. Before the release of the buses will be equipped with the GLONASS satellite navigators, DVRs, free wireless Internet, an automatic announcement of the names of stops.
"Today went down the assembly line for 18 buses, which will be added to Vladivostok," — said Andreas Kuttner.