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May 7, 2012

SORTA unveils five mini-hybrid buses

The new 40-foot buses have an advanced thermal cooling system technology which provides benefits, including fuel economy improvement up to 10%; up to 10% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions; reduction in maintenance costs and increased safety through the elimination of hydraulic fluid leaks.


June 30, 2011

Transit offered $101.4M to promote clean-fuel tech

Money being provided competitively through the FTA's Sustainability Initiative, which includes: $51.5 million from the Clean Fuels Grant Program and $49.9 million from the TIGGER III Program.


July 28, 2010

Travel center chain offers rewards card for motorcoach drivers

TA and Petro offers customers diesel and gasoline fueling services, full and quick-service restaurants, heavy truck maintenance services, 24-hour convenience stores, electronic communication (Wi-Fi) and other services — all within large, high traffic facilities.


February 4, 2009

Peter Pan Bus Lines outsources fuel management

Enlisting FuelQuest’s services will enable the bus transportation carrier to reduce financial exposure to fuel price volatility with reduced freight and fuel costs, and automate invoice and delivery reconciliation.


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