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October 30, 2013

San Francisco to add 50 New Flyer hybrid buses

The new vehicles will be added to the current fleet of buses in service and replace 50 of its 2000/2001 Neoplan diesel buses, which have reached or exceeded their useful service life of 12 years.


September 14, 2012

APTA : Buses, trains leading clean tech advances

Today’s public transit vehicles are significantly more advanced than automobiles in their ability to run on clean fuels. For instance, buses on the road powered by alternative fuels rose from 2% in 1992 to 36% in 2011. That compares to the percentage of cars capable of being powered by alternative fuels was only 3.2% in 2011.


May 18, 2010

Allison: Fla. fleet sees 56 percent fuel economy gain with hybrid

The agency reported that its 10 hybrid equipped buses got an average of 6.4 miles per gallon (MPG) compared with 4.1 MPG for their standard buses.


May 13, 2010

ISE accepting orders for CNG Hybrids

The new, clean-fuel ISE CNG Hybrid System offers unique competitive advantages over conventional CNG systems.


March 12, 2010

Houston Metro to roll out 20 MCI Commuters

The 55-seat capacity coach vehicles offer patrons cushioned seating, as well a smooth, quiet ride.


June 23, 2009

ISE, ZF partner for hybrid drive line

Plan to collaborate on the development and supply of a complete line of parallel-electric hybrid-drive systems and components for the North American vehicle markets.


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