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Clean mobility in heavy-duty commercial vehicles: A transformation of commercial and public transport vehicles poses different challenges to those that are already evident for private cars. Which alternatives to the diesel engine hold the greatest potential and what are the consequences of conversion? A look into the near future.
Fast, flexible, inexpensive – and especially safe for passengers: Bus rapid transit (BRT) systems are the ideal solution for large cities, claims transportation researcher Professor Andreas Knie. What's behind all this?
Hamburg is showing the way and is once again one of the German pioneers in mobility of the future. Find out here how MAN is helping the Hanseatic city to make public transport even more sustainable.
The new MAN Lion’s City E is now also at home on the streets of the world's largest model railway facility.
Many cities in Europe are extending their vehicle fleet and the associated infrastructure. Buses from MAN make a significant contribution to this and provide a wide range of different drives. Bus travel is therefore especially eco-friendly and efficient in these cities.
Paris is converting to clean transport. So transport operator RATP also relies on modern buses: they are reliable, environmentally friendly and cost-effective. A report from the city on the Seine.
5 days, 9 electric buses and critical experts: A report on the unique e-bus test with the new MAN Lion's City 12E.
A bus that transforms into a ship: the founders of HafenCity river bus in Hamburg are offering combined city cruises in the first amphibious bus in Germany, which is built on an MAN truck chassis.
Paris is a role model for clean urban transport. Steffen de Rudder, a professor in urban studies, explains the basis for this success – it has to do with buses.
Kakha Kaladze has won virtually everything there is to win in football. Now he runs the Georgian capital Tbilisi and wants to take its local transport into the 21st century. He has chosen MAN as a partner for his mission.
MAN Truck & Bus jointly with Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles are paving the way for future progress: both companies use the study "What Cities Want" to reveal four exciting scenarios whereby the logistics of the future can be designed to be environment-, customer- and energy-friendly.