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SunLine Transit receives $12.5M grant for hydrogen fuel-cell fleet

Sustainability| April 24, 2017

The grant will also pay for the development of the largest hydrogen fueling station of its kind in the U.S.

VIA debuts first of 400-plus new CNG buses

Bus| April 24, 2017

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

Rail| April 19, 2017

Siemens diesel-electric locomotives to begin operation on Calif. train

The Charger clean diesel-electric locomotives are the first high-speed passenger locomotives to receive Tier IV emissions certification from the FRA.

Sustainability| April 4, 2017

Long Beach Transit debuts battery-electric bus fleet

The vehicles, manufactured by BYD, are in service on the downtown Long Beach Passport route.

Sustainability| March 30, 2017

Hydrogen Refueling Station debuts in Central Ohio

Will service the first hydrogen fuel cell bus in operation as part of the Ohio State University campus fleet.

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.

University| March 6, 2017

U. of Oregon partners with TriMet on light rail project

The university's Sustainable City Year Program will engage hundreds of students in transit and transportation development plans.

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.

March 1, 2017

Making sustainability a 'core principle' helps transit's bottom line

The success of the SEPTA’s first Sustainability Program Plan has resulted in the passage of a second-generation plan —“SEP-TAINABLE 2020”— and made sustainability a core principle for the Authority’s day-to-day operations. Even seemingly easy changes, like replacing fluorescent lights with LED lights have made a difference to the triple bottom line. The plan was recently approved by the SEPTA Board.

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.

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