Edging ever closer to sustainable public transportation, the Quad Cities' MetroLINK recently opted to invest in two 40-foot Proterra XR electric buses with possible fleet expansion in the next four years, Moline officials said.
At the American Public Transit Association (APTA) Annual Meeting, Proterra, the leading innovator in heavy-duty electric transportation, unveiled the newest addition to its fleet of zero-emission vehicles.
Honolulu transportation officials today touted 18 new buses planned to join the city's fleet serving the public by the end of the month.
Proterra has announced that it will begin supplying buses to campus locations nationwide as university systems, both urban and suburban, realize the economic viability and environmental necessity of sustainable transport.
The Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District (Metrolink) serves the Illinois Quad Cities and its neighboring areas: Rock Island, Moline, East Moline, Milan, Silvis, Carbon Cliff, Hampton and Colona.