Topic : Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program

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Zero emissions, transit reliability may come to fore in 2019

Technology| November 18, 2018

We as an industry need to be clear-eyed about how new battery buses are, the challenges they face and the alternatives available to ensure the reliability that BRT demands.

VIA selected to receive $2M grant for electric vehicles

Bus| September 6, 2018

The FTA is making $84.45 million available nationwide in selections for the Low- or No-Emission Grant program.

Sustainability| December 12, 2017

SunLine adding 5 New Flyer fuel cell-electric Xcelsior buses

In its partnership with CARB, SunLine will be testing one full-year of revenue service, measuring environmental impact and sustainability of the fuel cell-powered heavy-duty transit buses.

Sustainability| September 7, 2017

Clemson Area Transit adds second fleet of Proterra battery-electric buses

Since the fleet debuted, the Seneca Proterra buses have received 27,950 charges, traveled more than 520,000 miles, and eliminated over 2,848,600 pounds of greenhouse gases — equivalent to planting 59,348 trees.

Sustainability| July 26, 2016

Delaware Transit Corp. awarded $2 million for electric buses

These zero-emission buses, to be manufactured by Proterra, will be placed into DART’s public transit service in the state’s capital, Dover, and surrounding Kent County in early 2018.

Sustainability| July 22, 2016

LTD receives fed grant to purchase 5 electric buses

The electric buses will replace five diesel buses, which have been in service since 1999 and have logged more than 500,000 miles each. The diesel buses consume a combined 39,114 gallons of diesel fuel each year.

Sustainability| February 6, 2015

FTA awards $55M in grants for zero-emission buses

Newly established under MAP-21, the LoNo program focuses on deploying the cleanest and most energy-efficient U.S.-made transit buses designed to cut carbon pollution and other traditional pollutants.

Bus| January 9, 2014

FTA offers $24.9M in LoNo vehicle emission grants

The funds are intended to encourage more widespread adoption of reliable “green energy” buses into transit fleets.

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