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July 17, 2013

BYD to supply Dutch all-electric buses

The 35 buses will enter service in July of 2014 and replace an ageing fleet of conventionally powered buses.


April 23, 2013

N.Y. MTA reduced GHG emissions by 17.1M metric tons

Each trip on a train or bus prevents the emission of 10 pounds of greenhouse gases, on average, compared with making that trip by car.


October 25, 2010

GHG emission standards for buses, trucks unveiled

Projected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 250 million metric tons and save 500 million barrels of oil over the lives of the vehicles produced within the program's first five years.


November 19, 2009

Report: Smart growth could save Calif. $31B, cut GHGs

Of four regions studied, the Bay Area is saving the most on transportation costs due to its smart growth communities, with Los Angeles coming in a close second.


August 7, 2009

Valley Metro helps commuters cut down on GHGs

The agency’s free, online “ShareTheRide” system helps commuters figure out how much pollution their vehicle or mode of travel will generate, and choose an alternative with a lighter carbon footprint.


July 28, 2009

AASHTO transportation Website targets GHGs

Real Transportation Solutions for Green House Gas Emissions includes best practices, state examples, research findings, and links to other climate change information sites.


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