Tennessee Tech unveils first electric bus to serve a rural area in Tennessee
- Date: 04/10/2023
Public transportation in Cookeville is going electric. Tennessee Tech engineers teamed up with the Upper Cumberland Human Resources Agency on…
Gregorio Hernández López has been on both sides of the equation when it comes to The Latino Equity Advocacy & Policy (LEAP) Institute’s Green Raiteros electric vehicle ridesharing program, which started in Huron to serve the residents of the rural west Fresno County community in dire need of transportation.
Fresno County Regional Transit Agency (FCRTA) provides the Huron inter-city “life line” service to Coalinga — two round trips with two 90-minute shuttle periods in Coalinga for passenger drop-offs and pick-ups, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — a result of funding from Measure C as well as federal and state grants.
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