General Motors Corp. delivers five hybrid buses to the Transit Authority of River City for operation in Louisville, KY. The buses were purchased in part with a $3 million federal grant. The five buses delivered to Louisville join the 330 GM hybrid buses already operating in North America. GM says that if America’s nine largest cities were to replace the current fleet of 13,000 transit buses with hybrid buses, it would save 40 million gallons (151 million L) of fuel annually. The ...
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