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Baton Rouge agency to look into alt.-fuel bus options

Posted on July 18, 2014

BATON ROUGE, La. — The Capital Area Transit System is looking at the cost-effectiveness of adding alternative fuel buses to its fleet. The agency's approved hiring the University of New Orleans Transportation Institute to provide a report evaluating alternative fuel options and recommending the best solution for CATS, according to the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report.

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Currently, CATS, which has no alternative fuel vehicles in its fleet, is considering compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, hydrogen, biodiesel, electric and diesel-hybrid options, agency officials said.

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