September 26, 2012
The Worcester Regional Transit Authority estimates that replacing these three buses will eliminate 53 tons of harmful emissions and reduce petroleum consumption by more than 23,000 gallons per year, while reducing operating costs by more nearly $500,000.
September 17, 2012
The award is one of 27 nationwide and the only one in Texas chosen to share more than $59 million from the 2012 Clean Fuels Grant Program.
February 6, 2012
The notice of funding availability published in the Federal Register invites competitive proposals for three of the FTA's top policy priorities through the discretionary Bus and Bus Facilities and Clean Fuels grant programs.
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