Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Electric-Taxi-in-Seoul-27MZIFJ8PR571.htmlConceptually similarElectric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM23Completed★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM2TCompleted★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM3FCompleted★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM2ICompleted★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM2MCompleted★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM2UCompleted★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM49Completed★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM4ACompleted★★★★Electric Taxi in SeoulGP0STTM2LCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STTM37Electric Taxi in SeoulThe Seoul Metropolitan Government introduced the plan to provide subsidies for drivers who purchase a new electric taxi vehicle. The electric taxies are colored blue, differing from the yellow ones. The city's plan is to increase the number of the vehicles to 40,000 by 2025.Locations:East Asia-Republic of Korea-SeoulDate:9 Jul, 2019Credit:© Kwangchan Song / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6000px X 4000pxKeywords:Cars-Cities-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Electric cars-KWCI (GPI)-One person-Outdoors-Public transport-Roads-Traffic-Urban areas-Urban Mobility (campaign title)Shoot:Electric Bus and Taxi in SeoulSince 2018, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has deployed its first electric buses to improve the air quality of the city. The 29 buses of the fleet replaced compressed natural gas-powered buses in the end of 2018.The city announced that it plans to expand its network of electric buses to 3,000 vehicles by 2025. The Seoul Metropolitan Government also introduced the plan to provide subsidies for drivers who purchase a new electric taxi vehicle. The electric taxies are colored as blue, differing from yellow ones. The city's plan is to increase the number of the vehicles to 40,000 by 2025.