BUDAPEST, July 23 (Reuters) - Hungarian busmaker NABI said on Friday the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) decided to exercise its option to buy 75 40-foot low-floor buses worth about $25 million. NABI is scheduled to deliver the 40-LFW CNG type buses in early 2005, the company said in a statement. Los Angeles currently runs 800 NABI CNG low-floor buses in its fleet of 2,368 buses, with an additional delivery of 100 45-foot gas-powered CNG CompoBuses ...
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