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SamTrans prepares to roll out 10 electric buses in fleet-replacement program
by Rachel Swan
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15 October 2018
On 15 October 2018 San Francisco Chronicle reported:
A new battery-powered electric bus pulled out of the driveway at SamTrans' San Carlos headquarters Monday morning (15 October), its motor purring as it turned left onto El Camino Real. Designed by Burlingame manufacturer Proterra Inc., the bus is a replica of 10 that will roll out on the Peninsula next year, the first batch in the agency's effort to convert its entire fleet to zero emission vehicles by 2032.
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It won't be easy. SamTrans operates more than 300 diesel commuter buses that crisscross San Mateo County, each with a life span of about 12 years.
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