VILNIUS - Lithuania's authorities are considering providing another 30 million euros in EU money to Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Panevezys and Siauliai to help them purchase electric buses.
“The transport sector aims to reduce transport noise and pollution, so it is planned that an additional 30 million euros in EU funding could go toward purchasing electric vehicles," the Transport Ministry told BNS.
If the Cabinet gives the go-ahead, the additional funds will be made available by reallocating funding provided by the European...
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