Bus fleet renewal: This policy refers to purchase of 100 8-meter buses in 2018, 200 12-meter buses in 2019. By 2020 the number of public buses will be increased to 900 units. By 2021: complete substitution of existing yellow buses with modern Euro VI CNG / electric buses.
MT-7B Metro expansion: Currently, 43 trains serve passengers in Tbilisi, 14 new trains will be added to the Tbilisi Metro in 2018-2019. The goal is to minimise waiting time and make travel by metro more comfortable.
MT-7C Bus network restructuring: Implementing measures to prioritise bus lanes (e.g., BRT). It is assumed that this measure will cover 50% of the bus ridership activity in the city by covering some of the busiest avenues in the city of Tbilisi.
MT-7D Implementing a parking system: From 2019 Tbilisi City Hall will implement zonal hourly parking system in the capital of Georgia. The offered system means the creation of different fees for parking in different districts of Tbilisi – in central districts the fee will be higher than in peripheries. Electric vehicles will not pay the zone-hour parking fee.
- 1Name: GHG emissions reduction (%)Value: 39.5Base year: 1990Target year: 2030Comments: Final energy consumption