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Lhasa puts 128 new gas-electric hybrid buses on road

Updated: Feb 24,2018 4:34 PM     Xinhua

Vehicles run on a street in Lhasa, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Feb 12, 2018. Lhasa has put 128 new gas-electric hybrid buses on the road at the beginning of this year, making the number of new-energy buses to 312, or 60 percent of the city’s public bus fleet, local authorities said on Feb 23.[Photo/Xinhua]

Citizens queue to get on a gas-electric hybrid bus in Lhasa, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Feb 12, 2018. Lhasa has put 128 new gas-electric hybrid buses on the road at the beginning of this year, making the number of new-energy buses to 312, or 60 percent of the city’s public bus fleet, local authorities said on Feb 23.[Photo/Xinhua]

A gas-electric hybrid car runs in front of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, Feb 11, 2018. Lhasa has put 128 new gas-electric hybrid buses on the road at the beginning of this year, making the number of new-energy buses to 312, or 60 percent of the city’s public bus fleet, local authorities said on Feb 23.[Photo/Xinhua]

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