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Proterra, Michelin develop low-rolling resistance tire for e-buses

Bus| May 21, 2019

The X InCity Energy Z tires help to reduce rolling resistance, increase load-carry capacity and leverage superior traction.

Texas' Capital Metro to add Proterra buses, charging infrastructure

Bus| April 24, 2019

Joins a growing list of agencies implementing battery-electric bus fleets and is the fifth city in Texas to purchase Proterra electric buses.

Technology| April 23, 2019

San Francisco International Airport to add 6 Proterra electric buses

The new buses will replace six diesel buses in its current operating fleet.

Technology| April 16, 2019

Proterra partners to create $200M credit facility to scale battery leasing

The move with Mitsui & Co. Ltd. is expected to lower the upfront costs of zero-emission buses.

Technology| April 3, 2019

U. of Georgia adding 20 Proterra battery-electric buses

The university offers free rides for students, faculty, and visitors with an average daily ridership of about 40,000.

Technology| March 25, 2019

New Financing Tools Make Electric Bus Buying Easier

With so many agencies looking to at least test electrification of their bus fleets, new financing tools could potentially help agencies do more with less.

Technology| March 22, 2019

Proterra's 35-foot Catalyst passes Altoona Testing with record battery capacity

Distortion tests at the Altoona Bus Research and Testing Center with 440 kWh of onboard energy storage

Bus| February 14, 2019

StarMetro orders Proterra battery-electric buses to serve FSU

One of the first universities in the U.S. to decommission entire fossil-fuel-powered fleet and upgrade to a 100% battery-electric fleet.

Technology| February 12, 2019

Pace named Chicago Area Clean Cities' clean fuels champion

In 2018, Pace completed a CNG station and facility build out to support their recent deployment of 91 CNG buses.

Bus| January 30, 2019

Electric buses spark new era for Greensboro Transit

The conversion to battery-electric from diesel is expected to save up to $350,000 per bus in reduced fuel and maintenance costs.

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