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August 12, 2013

First U.S. electric paratransit vehicle deployed to Pa. fleet

The BARTA bus has 100 KwH battery-pack and an expected range of up to 100 miles on a full charge with seating for eight passengers and a wheelchair.


January 3, 2013

L.A. Metro to open electric vehicle charging stations

Drivers will be able to charge their vehicles for a nominal fee at five Metro park and ride stations beginning this month.


December 21, 2012

Pa. transit to receive electric paratransit vehicles

Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority is running a pilot project with fully electric vehicles and wireless charging pads from AMP Electric Vehicles and Momentum Dynamics Corp. The agency is the first in the U.S. to deploy electric paratransit vehicles, according to AMP Electric Vehicles.


December 15, 2010

DesignLine receives substantial financing

The patented and proprietary designs for hybrid and all-electric buses significantly reduce emissions and provide lower total life-cycle operational costs, according to the company.


December 2, 2010

Krystal enters pre-arranged Chapter 11, will emerge with all-electric vehicles

All operations, including manufacturing, sales and warranty support, will continue to operate as usual during the reorganization, company officials said.


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