The new environmentally friendly gas-fuelled buses of Go Bus start serving people on Tartu urban routes on 1 July.
Alexela finishes its new CNG station, which will serve the buses of the City of Tartu with environmentally friendly fuel.
All new gas-fuelled buses have arrived by June.
The City of Tartu gives the plan of the route network to the City of Tartu.
Scania Estonia delivers the first bus to Go Bus. The bus company starts test-driving the bus.
The first gas-fuelled bus arrives in Tartu. The majority of the 64 new buses arrive in March.
A local delegation goes to Poland to see how the buses are made.
The Tartu City Government grants the permission to build a CNG station in the territory of the bus park by Ringtee.
Go Bus and Alexela enter into a contract for the establishment of a CNG station for the buses to be used on urban routes in Tartu
Go Bus enters into a contract with Scania and orders 64 gas-fuelled buses with air-conditioning, 45 of which are 12-m and 19 are 18-m articulated buses.