May 12, 2011
Will represent more than 50 percent of the 64,000 total transit buses that will be delivered worldwide by 2015, up from 28 percent of total bus deliveries in 2010.
December 3, 2010
The 38 new vehicles will include electric-diesel hybrid buses, cleaner ultra-low sulfur diesel vehicles, and buses that run on biodiesel or compressed natural gas. ODOT recently identified additional federal transportation dollars made available through significant project savings and supplementary federal resources.
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