U.S. transit operators have been slow to adopt all-electric buses because of concerns about price, performance, and the still-evolving technology.
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Transport for London (UK) will power one of its buses with biofuel created from waste coffee grounds.
The Federal Transit Administration awarded $55 million in grants to 51 projects in 39 states through the Low or No Emission Vehicle program.
A UK entrepreneur wants to run buses with bio-fuel made from coffee waste.
The province of Ontario will study the feasibility of introducing hydrogen-powered trains on the GO Transit network.
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.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Los Angeles and Seattle acquire all-electric buses while Dutch Railways uses wind power for trains.
The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System rolled out its new fleet of minibuses and paratransit vehicles fueled by propane autogas.
In December 2017, Germany will launch passenger rail service powered by hydrogen.
Miami-Dade Transit (FL) is counting on technology to attract new riders. The agency is purchasing electric buses and will introduce mobile payment options.