Topic : Toyota

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BYD, Toyota form joint R&D company to explore battery-electric vehicles

Zero Emissions| November 8, 2019

The new R&D company is anticipated to be established in China in 2020.

Toyota supplying variety of electric vehicles for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Zero Emissions| September 17, 2019

Will include approximately 500 fuel-cell electric vehicles and approximately 850 battery-electric vehicles.

Technology| April 3, 2018

Toyota begins sales of high-tech fuel-cell bus

Toyota expects to introduce over 100 fuel-cell buses, mainly within the Tokyo metropolitan area, ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Sustainability| February 27, 2017

Toyota delivers first fuel-cell bus to Tokyo

The company plans to introduce over 100 fuel cell buses mainly within the Tokyo area, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Sustainability| October 24, 2016

Toyota announces plans to sell fuel-cell buses

Plans to introduce over 100 buses mainly in the Tokyo area, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The buses will be sold for the first time in Japan in early 2017.

Management & Operations| April 7, 2016

DART receives $1M Toyota grant to boost medical access

The grant supports the continuation of the 90-day interim service presently funded by the North Central Texas Council of Governments and several northern Collin County cities. The service was previously operated by Texoma Area Paratransit Service.

May 6, 2015

Will driverless buses be accepted sooner than driverless cars?

Driverless cars have been in the news for quite some time. Last September, I speculated in PC 360, an insurance trade magazine, that insurance premiums for autos could decrease by as much as 40% over the next five years as autonomous cars made travel much safer. I increased my estimate to a 75% decrease in insurance premiums by extending the timeline to 15 years. When I wrote those two articles, I remember thinking how much of a personal paradigm shift was needed to accept a driverless car as safe. Now, it appears that driverless buses are in the near future as well.

Sustainability| February 8, 2010

Toyota recall impacts U of Minn. students

School has simply removed floor mats from fleet vehicles manufactured by company.

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