YOSEMITE, NATIONAL PARK, CA – Driver Linette Coffee describes it as the Lexus of buses. General Motors Corp. – which supplies the bus’s new diesel-hybrid propulsion system – would no doubt prefer she call it a Cadillac. Nevertheless, the point is clear: Besides chopping fuel use by at least 40% and some emissions by as much as 90%, the new fleet of 18 GM-powered hybrid electric buses being delivered to Yosemite National Park during the next several weeks are dramatically quieter and ...

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