This project provides financing to Sofia Electrical Transport Company for the purchase of 30 electric low floor buses, 12 charging stations and related spare parts and services.
SETC is a joint-stock company incorporated in 1997 and fully owned by the City of Sofia. It forms an integral part of the overall public transport system in Sofia as its sole tram and trolleybus operator on 14 tram lines and 9 trolleybus lines in total. Company's key responsibilities include transportation of passengers by trolleybuses and trams, routine maintenance and repair of the fleet, collection and control of revenues, and maintenance and repair of the tram tracks and electric energy supply infrastructure for the traction power needs of trolleybuses and trams.
Once the Project is implemented, SETC will then take over an additional six bus routes and its responsibilities will be enhanced accordingly.
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Stolichen Electrotransport EAD 30 #Podpolkovnik Kalitin# Str. 1233 Sofia, Bulgaria
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