October 30, 2012
Will buy 16 vehicles in 2015 and build a new maintenance center. The agency is looking to protect itself against the increasingly volatile price of diesel fuel.
January 24, 2011
Board voted to spend $217 million to buy the vehicles, which will be put into operation by 2013. The decreasing price of natural gas made it possible for the agency to make the switch from diesel fuel.
November 12, 2008
Vermont transit agencies may merge. Bus driver achieved 3 million miles accident-free. Dallas debating natural gas, diesel choices. Mich. restaurant bus fueled by vegetable oil.
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