Topic : Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program

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FTA announces $130M low-no-emission bus program grants

Zero Emissions| January 24, 2020

Helps with purchase or lease of low- or no-emission vehicles that use advanced technologies for transit revenue operations.

King County Metro, WSDOT land $8M in FTA grant funds

Bus| August 28, 2019

Grants will help fund battery-electric buses and a pedestrian connection between a terminal and downtown Seattle, respectively.

Management & Operations| June 20, 2019

Coyner joins Stantec as mobility innovation leader

Through this position Stantec plans to grow and launch smart mobility strategies, programs, and deployments.

Government Issues| March 18, 2019

FTA announces $85M funding for tech. advanced transit buses

The Low-No Program helps project sponsors purchase or lease low- or no-emission vehicles.

Technology| November 18, 2018

Zero emissions, transit reliability may come to fore in 2019

We as an industry need to be clear-eyed about how new battery buses are, the challenges they face and the alternatives available to ensure the reliability that BRT demands.

Bus| September 6, 2018

VIA selected to receive $2M grant for electric vehicles

The FTA is making $84.45 million available nationwide in selections for the Low- or No-Emission Grant program.

Sustainability| December 12, 2017

SunLine adding 5 New Flyer fuel cell-electric Xcelsior buses

In its partnership with CARB, SunLine will be testing one full-year of revenue service, measuring environmental impact and sustainability of the fuel cell-powered heavy-duty transit buses.

Sustainability| September 26, 2017

New Minn. Metro Transit BRT line to include New Flyer electric buses

The buses will be among the first 60-foot battery-electric articulated buses put into service in the U.S.

Sustainability| September 7, 2017

Clemson Area Transit adds second fleet of Proterra battery-electric buses

Since the fleet debuted, the Seneca Proterra buses have received 27,950 charges, traveled more than 520,000 miles, and eliminated over 2,848,600 pounds of greenhouse gases — equivalent to planting 59,348 trees.

Sustainability| July 26, 2016

Santa Clara VTA, Miami among 20 FTA Low-No grant recipients

The selected projects represent strategic investments to help reduce air pollution, train employees in maintaining new technology buses, and connect people to jobs and services through efficient bus transit networks.

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