Each bus reduces annual emissions by 100 tons of CO2 equivalent per bus, so RTA’s fleet of CNG buses will emit 30% fewer greenhouse gases by 2017
Mobility Lab interviewed some of the biggest thinkers in transportation and urbanism at TransportationCamp 2015 to discuss how big trends take hold, and how people and leaders can...
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The Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project was created by the California Air Resources Board to speed the early market introduction of clean, low-carbon hybrid and electric vehicles and is administered and implemented through a partnership with CALSTART.
The directions would offer the ability to plan trips, getting estimated travel times for bus, train and subway transit methods.
The stop was part of Foxx's tour of projects throughout the country to highlight the nation’s third annual Infrastructure Week, which brings together thousands of stakeholders across the country to highlight the importance of investing in America’s infrastructure, and to encourage Congress to act on a long-term transportation bill.
In addition to being more energy efficient, the new buses will have better air conditioning and USB ports for riders to charge their phones.
"The control board would create a second bureaucracy and would separate the MBTA from what is the currently the Department of Transportation," said Sen. Thomas McGee, D-Lynn, chairman of the Joint Committee on Transportation, according to the report.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority expects to issue its request for proposals from contractors in late May for a 22-mile stretch of the proposed bullet-train line in northern Kern County.
Streetcar construction is on schedule to be completed in fall of 2015. The $102 million 2-mile system will then undergo a period of testing and is anticipated to be open to the public in 2016.
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