The first of a fleet of zero-emissions buses have started taking passengers around Londonderry.
It’s part of Translink’s plan to make Derry one of the first cities in the UK to operate a fully zero-emission bus service.
A mix of single and double-deck vehicles – 38 in total – will be phased into service over the coming weeks.
Translink’s Alan Young said it showed the company’s commitment to the Foyle Metro service and the environment.
Translink said it plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030 and operate a zero-emissions fleet across all of Northern Ireland by 2040.
In 2022 Northern Ireland’s first electric buses were rolled out in Belfast.