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Ballard-powered ENC fuel cell e-buses complete Altoona testing

Bus| July 19, 2018

Buses are now eligible for a $300,000 voucher incentive under the California Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project.

SunLine adding 5 New Flyer fuel cell-electric Xcelsior buses

Sustainability| December 12, 2017

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| 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. 

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Q&A: Lauren Skiver, GM/CEO of SunLine Transit Agency

At SunLine, which also recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, Skiver leads an agency that operates 14 local fixed-routes, one express line, a commuter service, and curb-to-curb paratransit. It is also extremely progressive in its usage and testing of alternative fuels, including hydrogen-powered fuel-cell electric buses.

Sustainability| May 3, 2016

SunLine Transit adds first all-electric BYD bus

The buses are equipped with BYD-designed and built iron-phosphate batteries, delivering 324 kWh of power that come with a 12-year warranty, the industry’s longest electric-battery warranty available.

Bus| May 4, 2015

Public transit GM Question of the Day: What new change is impacting your agency?

As part of METRO's 2015 APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference Daily coverage, we asked some of the top public transit industry leaders in the nation to tell us about a change they recently made and how it has made an impact at their agency.

Management & Operations| January 29, 2015

Calif.'s SunLine gets permanent home after 30 years

The agency had been working out of "temporary" portable offices since 1985.

University| March 3, 2014

Calif. college students seek direct bus route for shorter trips

Students at the College of the Desert ask SunLine Transit for a bus route to take them directly from Desert Hot Springs to the college, since the trip requires transfers and can take up to two-and-a-half hours one way.
Bus| November 12, 2013

New SunLine GM looks to focus on core services

Lauren Skiver will be continuing an effort begun by Interim GM Roger Snoble asking staff to re-evaluate all aspects of the operations.
Bus| September 18, 2013

Del. DART chief to take SunLine GM post

Lauren Skiver is a 16-year veteran of the transit industry. She currently serves as the CEO of the State of Delaware Transit Corp. (DART), headquartered in Wilmington, Del.
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