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SARTA recognized for 'leadership in sustainable transportation'

Sustainability| May 14, 2018

One of Ohio-based agency's clean energy initiatives includes deployment of one of the world's largest fleets of hydrogen fuel powered-buses. 

COTA receives $400K alt fuels vehicle conversion grant

Sustainability| May 8, 2018

The agency has saved approximately $10 million in fuel costs by transitioning to CNG since 2013.

Trillium debuts new name, partnership with e-vehicle charging co.

The company debuts a new name that reflects the company’s full-service offerings in the alternative fuels industry.

Bus| March 6, 2018

Van Hool to build 40 hydrogen buses for German fleets

The order for Cologne and Wuppertal makes it the largest order for hydrogen-powered vehicles ever placed in Europe.

Shuttle| January 25, 2018

Laketran expands propane fleet to improve efficiency

One of those strategies is transitioning the 85-bus Dial-a-Ride fleet from diesel fuel to propane.

Bus| November 7, 2017

Valley Metro, Phoenix award 396-CNG-bus order to New Flyer

The contract, which was supported by FTA funding and includes options for 197 buses over five years.

Bus| September 21, 2017

Transportation's future, electric vehicles hot topics at BusCon 2017

The show featured nearly 135 exhibitors and close to 60 vehicles, ranging from transit buses to motorcoaches and cutaways to vans, as well as some of the latest technologies available to operators on the market today.

Sustainability| September 18, 2017

FTA awards $55M in Low-No bus grants

Projects were selected on a competitive basis using evaluation criteria outlined in the Notice of Funding Opportunity, such as community needs, project benefits, and local technical and financial capacity.

Management & Operations| August 24, 2017

GreenPower unveils production plans, Calif. facility update

The electric bus builder is slated to start construction on the manufacturing facility in October 2017.

August 23, 2017

Transit Agencies Could Benefit from VW Funding

Volkswagen was found guilty and agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle allegations of cheating emissions. As part of the lawsuit, Volkswagen is required to establish and fund an Environmental Mitigation Trust, known as EMT. Over the next 10 years, $2.9 billion from the VW settlement will fund environmental mitigation projects that reduce emissions of NOx.

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