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(20/03/2021 19:24)SN55DVG Wrote:  There aren't that many LS buses that don't go through the tunnel into the City Centre.

All the LS based pulsars have had emminox exhaust modifications to make them Euro 6 compliant last year.
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(10/06/2021 17:06)SK15 GZG Wrote:  The order for hydrogen buses has been increased from 20 to "up to 43" vehicles

Is there a rough date when these are expected?
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(10/06/2021 20:34)Jack Wrote:  Is there a rough date when these are expected?

Next year apparently. Nothing more specific beyond that at the moment

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(20/03/2021 16:45)NathanR Wrote:  The chances are then they'll either go to Birkenhead or St. Helens then, since there are a variety of services there that do not go to Liverpool.

What you will find is st Helen's are getting some done under the TFGM funding to convert some pulsars with eminox system.
By reading what was published it says they are looking to convert the full service with the extra veichles they are ordering so with that I would assume the 10 and 10B which both come under the Kensington corridor quality partnership too.
Along with trailing other routes , which is most probably the other QBP's.
Work as started on preparing the area at arriva st Helen's for the hydrogen gas tank storage at the rear of the depot.
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Regarding the possibility of Hydrogen buses at Laird St, it has been said that hydrogen storage tanks cannot be used in the depot due to its proximity to the electrified railway lines.
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(12/06/2021 10:08)L401CJF Wrote:  Regarding the possibility of Hydrogen buses at Laird St, it has been said that hydrogen storage tanks cannot be used in the depot due to its proximity to the electrified railway lines.

If or when further investment for birkenhead comes for zero emission vehicles I think they would more likely be fully electric ones due to the merseyrail lines so close.
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