A hybrid transit bus consortium, composed of 11 transit agencies in California, Nevada and New Mexico, places an order with Gillig Corp. for the purchase of up to 157 diesel-electric hybrid buses powered by General Motors Corp.’s hybrid propulsion system. Hayward, CA-based Gillig manufactures the buses, which use technology developed by the auto maker’s GM Allison Transmission unit in Indianapolis.(See related story: GM-Powered Hybrid Buses Arrive at Yosemite) The contract is the second ...
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