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September 26, 2013

Report: Cities should use CNG for transit bus fleets

Buses fueled by natural gas would be the lowest-cost option for CityBus in a 15-year project that examined expenses of buying buses, maintaining them and keeping them fueled. The diesel-electric hybrid would be the costliest.


November 29, 2012

Chicago RTA, advocacy group launch commuter challenge

drivelesslivemore.com allows commuters to track their modes of travel, see how they can reduce carbon emissions and become eligible for prizes such as transit rides, a folding bike and a Chicago “Stay-cation” hotel package.


October 11, 2012

5,500 Nev. commuters register for Club Ride program

The new members join 26,000 other program participants. In total, participants logged 4.2 million miles carpooling, using transit, bicycling or walking to and from work. This has reduced carbon monoxide by 4.17 tons.


March 26, 2012

U. of Colo., Boulder names transportation fellow

Will guide the campus toward a sustainable transportation system by becoming more bike-, bus- and pedestrian-friendly; cutting carbon emissions and saving money.


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