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Sacramento State's Transportation and Parking Services approves ZimRide

Mobility| April 10, 2017

The app would allow students to connect with their peers to find a ride to campus.

Calif. transit leaders denounce Trump's crippling cuts to transportation

Government Issues| March 20, 2017

Budget cuts are achieved by zeroing out federal support for Amtrak’s long-distance train services, limiting federal funding for the FTA’s Capital Investment Program to projects with an existing FFGA, and eliminating funding for the TIGER discretionary grant program.

Sustainability| January 26, 2017

SoCal utility wants to use $570M to electrify buses, trucks, ride-sharing

Southern California Edison filed a plan with state regulators that would fund the installation of charging stations for various plug-in vehicle applications.

Bus| January 12, 2017

Grande West adding CNG option for Vicinity bus

The Cummins ISB G Engine has the lowest North American Emissions standards and is approved from both the U.S. EPA and Air Resources Board in California.

Sustainability| December 8, 2016

Calif. agency gets grant for GreenPower electric buses, charging tech.

CARB’s award to the City of Porterville was one of only nine awards from the highly competitive Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Pilot Program.

Bus| November 16, 2016

Calif. air board awards funds to deploy 15 Proterra buses

Company will manufacture the buses and charging infrastructure at its newest facility in Southern California, which was partially funded by the California Energy Commission.

Bus| November 14, 2016

Calif. city creates shuttle service to transport, engage teens

The Teen Center was looking to boost its attendance and needed a safe, reliable way to get Glendora’s youth to the center, while the transportation division was looking for a way to engage and excite the community about public transportation services.

Motorcoach| October 27, 2016

Worn tires may have played role in fatal Calif. motorcoach crash, NTSB says

NTSB officials added they will continue to investigate vehicle conditions as well as driver histories to determine what caused the accident, but cautioned that it could take at least a year for a full picture to emerge.

Motorcoach| October 25, 2016

Driver in fatal Calif. motorcoach crash was also owner/operator

It's still too early to definitely say what caused the accident, officials say. There were no signs of braking, such as skid marks, so far, and the tour bus was also determined not to have seatbelts.

Motorcoach| October 24, 2016

Calif. tour bus crash kills 13, injures 31

All the victims were adults, according to the report, with the surviving passengers and the big rig driver only suffering minor injuries.

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