- DB Arriva signed a contract with Webfleet Solutions to equip 16,000 of its buses across ten countries with their telematics system. This technology gives the bus drivers real-time feedback on braking, accelerating and idling to help reduce fuel consumption and be more environmentally friendly.
- Together with the Dutch province of Limburg, DB Arriva is working toward operating a zero-emissions transport network in the region by 2026. This initiative is already underway with the commissioning of 55 zero-emissions buses in Maastricht (total: 96). In September 2019, DB Arriva also finished commissioning 23 zero-emissions buses in Leiden. This makes DB Arriva the second-largest electric bus operator in the Netherlands, and almost a third of the entire electric bus fleet in the Netherlands is operated by DB Arriva.
- In June 2019, DB Arriva introduced new buses to the city of Helsingborg in southern Sweden with 85 new and refurbished buses (including 13 Electric buses NO. 63).
- In August 2019, DB Arriva introduced new buses to Warsaw/Poland, reinforcing its position as one of the leading private bus operators in the capital. This new fleet also includes 54 natural-gas-powered buses.