Polish company Solaris Bus & Coach and Luminor bank will deliver 150 new city buses for 40.486 million euros to the city of Vilnius next year.
Buses Solaris Urbino 12 CNG
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The Lithuanian capital's municipality said the two companies had won a tender, which also involved Adampolis, a Kaunas truck and bus trading company, in cooperation with the Lithuanian branch of UniCredit Leasing.

Vilnius will receive 100 two -axle low- floor buses and 50 three-axle low-floor buses by lease.

In September, the Lithuanian capital's municipality agreed with Solaris on purchase of 41 new trolleybuses for 19.2 million euros.

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