By Amanda Cooper LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - London's air pollution will be alleviated a little next year when the first environmentally friendly buses that emit no fumes roll on to the roads. Transport for London (TFL), the newly-created body responsible for transport issues in the capital, will take delivery next year of three zero-emission buses powered by hydrogen fuel cells, in a two-year pilot project along with eight other European cities. "We do anticipate that at least one of ...
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