The general objective of the project is to promote sustainable mobility, through decarbonization and incentives for the use of public transport, contributing to social inclusion and improving the quality of services for the population. The specific objectives are: 1) Reduce atmospheric emissions resulting from the replacement of around 1,000 municipal diesel buses by electric buses; 2) Reduce operating costs of replaced vehicles; 3) Strengthen and train the PMSP in adapting, managing and supervising the operation of electric buses and training SPTRANS employees for the introduction of electric buses on a large scale; 4) Improve vulnerable groups' access to public transport through studies to assess the feasibility of more inclusive fares and 5) Increase user satisfaction with the quality of public transport.
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