This project provides financing for the purchase of a new bus fleet of up to 35 low-entry compressed natural gas buses in the city of Skopje. A technical cooperation package provided by the EBRD also supports the restructuring of Skopje's bus sector and the development of a Green Cities Action Plan.
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Javno Soobrakajno Pretprijatie Skopje Boulevard Aleksandar Makedonski, Skopje 1000
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