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Electrification Enhances Bay Area Commuter Rail, Sets High-Speed Stage

Rail| August 28, 2017

The new system will be equipped with high-performance, multiple-unit electric trains that operate from overhead catenary.

BYD delivers first of 20 electric buses to Albuquerque Rapid Transit

Sustainability| August 10, 2017

The all-electric buses will improve local air quality while saving ART 50 percent on its monthly fuel and maintenance costs.

Sustainability| August 10, 2017

Trillium CNG selected to build station for Calif. transit district

GCTD is building a new maintenance and operations facility, which includes a new administration and operations building, fleet maintenance and repair building, and a CNG fueling station.

Rail| May 3, 2017

Caltrain electrification funding included in 2017 Federal Budget

The project is ready to start construction, and the final step is approval of the federal grant.

Rail| March 1, 2017

Caltrain negotiates extension for electrification project

While the agency awaits a decision from the FTA about the execution of a $647 million funding agreement.

Bus| February 9, 2017

Proterra names Horton to CCO post

Will lead the end-to-end customer lifecycle as Proterra triples production and initiates large-scale deployments across North America.

Sustainability| January 26, 2017

SoCal utility wants to use $570M to electrify buses, trucks, ride-sharing

Southern California Edison filed a plan with state regulators that would fund the installation of charging stations for various plug-in vehicle applications.

Bus| January 17, 2017

King County Metro to buy 73 electric battery buses from Proterra

The agency is starting with 20 buses totaling $15.12 million. Eight of which are slated to enter service this year.

Rail| January 4, 2017

Alstom publishes environmental declaration for new-gen beacons

SmartBalise is an eco-designed product, with minimized environmental impact all the way from manufacture to end-of-life.

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

Tramways have significantly lower CO2 emissions than BRT, study says

The study concluded that over a 30-year lifetime, a tramway system emits about 50 percent of the CO2 as a BRT system operated with diesel buses, and about 30 percent less CO2 than a BRT system operated with hybrid buses.

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