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September 2013

Arlington, Texas launches first mass transit service

The two-year MAX pilot program is being funded through three local partners as well as an FTA Job Access and Reverse Commute grant.

April 2011

Transit Fleets Come Clean as Alternative-Fuel Technology Comes of Age

Today, the maturation of alternative fuels has made it easier for transit agencies to implement programs than it was for early adopters in the 1990s. Even still, there are many lessons to learn from the early pioneers, including being aware of possible infrastructure and training investments.

September 2010

Natural gas group formed to educate industry on fueling, maintenance

The Natural Gas Coalition will hold a meeting and reception at the American Public Transportation Association's (APTA) 2010 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, this October.

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