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Canada launches $40 million electric bus trial
by Mark Kane
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19 May 2018
On 19 May 2018 InsideEVs reported:
A fleet of electric buses are to be tested in the new Pan-Canadian Electric Bus Demonstration and Integration Trial project with standardized and interoperable buses and chargers in mind. The Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC), a nonprofit consortium founded in 2014 with nearly 100 members representing public and private stakeholders across Canada, launched the $40 million CAD (nearly $32 million USD) project at TransLink in Vancouver.
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In the first phase, the trial will take place in three cities (Vancouver in British Colombia, and Brampton and York Region in Ontario) on five routes with 18 buses, supplied by New Flyer and Nova Bus (part of Volvo Bus).
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