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May 23, 2013

Calif. agency unveils 2 Proterra buses

Company has more than tripled transit agency orders under contract for the company’s flagship EcoRide in the past 12 months alone and is planning for its current growth path to continue.


March 5, 2013

Calif.-based agency celebrates electric bus

The deployment of buses in Stockton was made possible by the California Energy Commission’s grant of $2.57 million under Assembly Bill 118 administered by CALSTART.


June 6, 2012

Proterra launches Calif. electric bus demo

The demonstration project will introduce the San Joaquin RTD’s first fully electric buses into service, reducing energy consumption, waste and pollution in California’s Central Valley, an area of strategic importance to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.


April 26, 2011

Fired Calif. transit workers' retaliation claim heads to court

Three San Joaquin Regional Transit District employees claim they were fired in 2007 for assisting in a civil grand jury investigation of the transit district. The agency said it was due to budget problems.


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