The Dubrovnik public bus company, Libertas, has upgraded its fleet with the addition of six brand new buses. The six new buses arrived in Dubrovnik today and will immediately be put into service. Two of the new Isuzu buses will operate in the city, whilst the remaining four will be used for suburban transport and as school buses.
These six new Libertas buses are part of a purchase order for 18 new buses, which will cost the city 3.6 million Euros and will be repaid in seven years through a leasing agreement. The rest of the order, 12 buses produced by the German company MAN, will arrive soon according to a statement from the City of Dubrovnik. Libertas sought the approval for the purchase of the new buses at a City Council meeting on the 27th of July 2015.