The MTA will lease 10 all-electric buses from Proterra and New Flyer for a three-year pilot program to test the vehicles on the streets of New York City.
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Researchers at the University of Utah have mounted air-quality monitors on two UTA light-rail vehicles to study airborne pollutants in the Salt Lake Valley.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority and the City of Columbus are partnering to build a compressed natural gas fueling station.
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Some stories you may have missed last week: Los Angeles and Seattle acquire all-electric buses while Dutch Railways uses wind power for trains.
An autonomous all-electric shuttle will be tested in downtown Las Vegas — the first such deployment on a public roadway in the U.S.
The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System rolled out its new fleet of minibuses and paratransit vehicles fueled by propane autogas.
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Electronic signs at TfL stations will alert Londoners about dangerous levels of air pollution.
In December 2017, Germany will launch passenger rail service powered by hydrogen.