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Opovo contracts installation of four solar bus shelters

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July 30, 2018

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The municipality of Opovo has signed an agreement with Subotica-based Aya Bit Solutions to deliver and install four solar-powered bus shelters.

The agreement with Aya Bit Solutions, which won a bid for the project co-financed by the province of Vojvodina, is worth RSD 4.95 million (about EUR 42,000), including VAT.

The municipality of Opovo is financing 20% of the project to install the four solar bus shelters, to feature motion sensor LED lights, USB charging ports, and Wi-Fi.

Earlier, Belgrade’s municipality of Voždovac invited bids for the construction of bus shelters on its territory, including solar-powered bus shelters. Bids are due by August 8.

The city of Pančevo had sought bids by July 18 to build, deliver, and install three solar-powered bus shelters.

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