Casablanca to Acquire Open-Deck Electric Tourist Buses

Casablanca to Acquire Open-Deck Electric Tourist Buses


Casablanca, Morocco (TMT)- The local authorities in Casablanca are planning to launch in the near future a special touristic route using electric buses, with a budget of 25 million Moroccan dirhams.

The project’s goal is to showcase the most famous sites of the city and boost interest in the city’s historical sites.

The “hop-on, hop-off” buses or open-top buses will provide panoramic views of the city’s attractions. Passengers can get on and off at various stops throughout the city, allowing them to explore the city’s highlights at their own pace.

The bus route will pass through many important areas of the city, such as the United Nations Square, the Habous district, the old city, the old slaughterhouses, the corniche, and the lighthouse, as well as other tourist and cultural sites.

In addition to these sites, other areas like Anfa and the Arab University Park, the Hassan II Mosque, Mohammed V Square, the central market, the Church of the Sacred Heart, the Moroccan Jewish Religion Center, and the Sports Museum will also be included in the tour.

The local authorities in Casablanca aim to acquire electric buses for this project to promote sustainable tourism.

The aim is to boost the city’s tourism industry and enhance the city’s cultural and historical significance.

The Moroccan Times.