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[Video] bio-bean: Powered by Coffee

Sustainability| January 23, 2018

An innovative UK company called bio-bean collects waste coffee grounds from coffee shops, office blocks, transport hubs and coffee factories, and recycles them into advanced biofuels.

Proterra bus sets world record, drives 1K-plus miles on single charge

Bus| September 19, 2017

The 40-foot Catalyst E2 max traveled 1,101.2 miles this month with 660 kWh of energy storage capacity at the Navistar Proving Grounds in New Carlisle, Ind.

Sustainability| July 20, 2017

Ballard to supply fuel-cell engines to SunLine Transit fleet

The company is partnering with ElDorado National and BAE Systems to deliver five buses to the Palm Desert, Calif.-based agency. 

Bus| April 24, 2017

VIA debuts first of 400-plus new CNG buses

The new 40-foot buses, manufactured by Nova Bus, feature a 67-passenger capacity.

Sustainability| March 20, 2017

MARTA piloting electric bus technology

The agency is testing Proterra's 40-foot battery electric bus as part of exploration of additional cleaner transportation options for fleet.

Sustainability| February 27, 2017

Toyota delivers first fuel-cell bus to Tokyo

The company plans to introduce over 100 fuel cell buses mainly within the Tokyo area, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Sustainability| January 24, 2017

UC Irvine is first college in nation to convert to all-electric bus fleet

The student-funded and -operated Anteater Express shuttle service is acquiring 20 buses from BYD for $15 million.

Sustainability| January 3, 2017

Proterra secures $140M in funding for expansion, product development

With the new capital, Proterra will dramatically accelerate production capacity on both coasts, while continuing to develop its next generation of heavy-duty electric vehicle products.

Rail| December 27, 2016

VW windfall could help clean up diesel train emissions at Chicago's Union Station

Agreement stipulates the money from the German automaker must be used to reduce lung- and heart-damaging nitrogen oxides emitted by diesel trains, buses, ferries and equipment.

Bus| December 9, 2016

STV unveils sustainably designed bus facility in Worcester, Mass.

The $84 million, 150,000-square-foot facility is situated on a new 11-acre site, and replaces Worcester Regional Transit Authority’s 1920s-era converted trolley bar.

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