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Zero-emission vehicles pose complex challenges to smaller fleets

Zero Emissions| July 9, 2019

METRO Publisher James Blue discusses some of the issues smaller agencies face when looking at switching to an all zero-emission fleet.

CARB, SunLine celebrate first hydrogen fuel-cell bus to use HVIP voucher program

Zero Emissions| June 25, 2019

The incentive state discount voucher program, HVIP, offers deep discounts on clean vehicles to small business owners and transit agencies.

Bus| June 4, 2019

Ballard joins hydrogen fuel-cell electric bus consortium

Members are working together to deploy 1,000 zero-emission FCEBs and related infrastructure in European cities at affordable rates.

Bus| May 16, 2019

TfL orders world-first hydrogen double-decker buses to help tackle London’s toxic air

Twenty British-built zero-emission hydrogen buses, from Wrightbus in Northern Ireland, will arrive next year.

Technology| April 26, 2019

New Flyer's hydrogen fuel-cell bus hits 350 miles without recharging

The bus operated for 28 hours and achieved 10.4 miles per diesel gallon equivalent.

Technology| April 22, 2019

Joint initiative launched to drive clean vehicle market development

The GNA, CE-CERT collaboration will support organizations in evaluating the real-world benefits of advanced transportation tech.

Technology| March 12, 2019

New Flyer unveils CHARGE H2 hydrogen fuel-cell buses

The company is the only manufacturer to offer both a 40-foot and 60-foot fuel cell-electric model that qualifies for federal funding.

Technology| February 14, 2019

ElDorado National fuel-cell buses now eligible for California incentive program

The U.S. designed and built bus has more than one million miles of transit validated service using the BAE Systems electric propulsion system.

Accessibility| October 29, 2018

SARTA to add fuel-cell powered vans to paratransit service

The vans, built on Ford's U4X platform by Tesco, will have seating for six passengers and accommodate one wheelchair.

Rail| September 19, 2018

Alstom debuts world's first hydrogen train entering passenger service

The zero-emission Coradia iLint, which debuted in Lower Saxony, Germany, can reach up to 140 km/h (90 mph).

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