Third-party audit to determine if CDA should import electric buses made in China

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) plans to arrange a third-party assessment of the electric buses produced in China before shipping them to Pakistan, according to a report from December 7.

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Reportedly, a Chinese company has successfully manufactured 30 electric buses, but their transportation is facing delays. To tackle this issue, the CDA has decided to initiate a third-party evaluation of all these buses.

A team consisting of consultants, engineers, and CDA officials is scheduled to visit China by the end of the month. Their main task will be to meticulously inspect the buses and compile a detailed report.

The decision to bring these buses to Pakistan hinges on the findings of this report. It’s important to note that the CDA aims to operate 160 electric buses on 13 routes in the federal capital.

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Initially, the buses are slated to operate on two routes, signifying a significant move toward sustainable urban transportation.

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