Topic : EPA

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VertX Advertising launches cleaner transit initiative

Technology| August 16, 2019

In studies, the most important factors cited by transit riders were service frequency, crowding reliability, safety, and cleanliness.

Retrofitting Garages for Zero-Emissions Buses

Zero Emissions| July 29, 2019

Existing maintenance garages can be retrofit to handle electrics, but the infrastructure upgrades required can be significant.

Rail| June 3, 2019

Stadler secures contract to build 8 FLIRT trains for Texas

They anticipate passenger service for the end of 2022 after securing $119 million contract with DART. 

Government Issues| March 13, 2019

Proposed budget calls for cuts to CIG program, Amtrak

The budget proposal also includes a 31% cut for the Environmental Protection Agency.

Shuttle| June 7, 2018

Phoenix Motorcars lands EPA grant for 29 vehicles at Calif. airports

Will utilize the $3.18 million grant to replace diesel and gas-fueled shuttle buses at the four major airports in Southern California with zero-emission battery-electric shuttles.

Sustainability| March 27, 2018

ROUSH propane autogas engines receive CARB HD-OBD cert.

The company is the first propane autogas fuel system manufacturer to receive the EPA’s and CARB’s heavy duty-onboard diagnostics certification for all its engines.

August 23, 2017

Transit Agencies Could Benefit from VW Funding

Volkswagen was found guilty and agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle allegations of cheating emissions. As part of the lawsuit, Volkswagen is required to establish and fund an Environmental Mitigation Trust, known as EMT. Over the next 10 years, $2.9 billion from the VW settlement will fund environmental mitigation projects that reduce emissions of NOx.

Sustainability| August 10, 2017

BYD delivers first of 20 electric buses to Albuquerque Rapid Transit

The all-electric buses will improve local air quality while saving ART 50 percent on its monthly fuel and maintenance costs.

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.

University| December 12, 2016

Texas A&M working with EPA to optimize fleet performance

The research team will monitor the engine (speed, RPM, load, and other parameters) data along with GPS information in order to analyze the bus fleet drive cycles, and identify characteristics such as idle time and speed distribution.

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