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Amtrak buys electric law enforcement patrol vehicles

Posted on December 20, 2011

T3 Motion Inc. was awarded an 11-unit contract by Amtrak transportation services for electric law enforcement patrol vehicles, T3 ESVs. The vehicles are expected to ship in December.

With this contract, Amtrak purchased the vehicles for security at seven locations including New York City; Hamden, Conn.;, Los Angeles; Chicago; Philadelphia; Baltimore; and Washington, D.C., for platform and parking structure patrols.

The T3 ESV is an electric law enforcement patrol vehicle known for its command presence, quick response time and iconic look that is designed to decrease operating costs, reduce crime and increase patrol capabilities, according to a company statement. More than 3,000 T3 Series vehicles have been deployed in over 30 countries worldwide.

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