Passengers and goods transport modality, which complies with sustainable development principles, that is to say a limited use of non-renewable natural resources with little environmental impact.
These minuscule solid or liquid particles, whose diameter does not exceed 10 micrograms, remain suspended in the air and are driven up by the wind. They are generated by natural phenomena, such as forest fires and any other “artificial” processes implying fuel combustion. When their concentration levels exceed 51 micrograms per cubic metre, they can cause severe eye irritation and respiratory problems.
Bimodal or “hybrid” vehicles are fitted with a dual engine: an electric and a diesel / petrol one. Thanks to this technology, bimodal vehicles can run everywhere also when car bans are in order.