Gdynia strives for zero emissions transport

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A Solaris Trollino 12 trolleybus with Li-Ion battery at the Swietojanska Street in Gdynia, September 28, 2016. These trolleybuses can operate thanks to batteries without overhead wires. The range of the batteries is over 30 kilometres. They are completely emission vehicles at the place of operation.

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GDYNIA, Poland – The people-friendly city of Gdynia, a port on the south coast of the Baltic Sea, is easy to get around using public transportation, biking and walking. The promenade along the beach is busy with people walking, jogging, skating, biking and taking their dogs out.

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