San Francisco’s Muni showcased its new electric trolley buses this Earth Day. As covered by SF Bay:
“The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is in the process of replacing its entire fleet of buses through a five-year replacement plan with New Flyer America Inc., and King County Metro in Washington state.
“The transit agency purchased 60 articulated electronic trolley buses for $68 million last year to replace buses that have been in service over two decades.
“The new 60-foot trolleys are funded by Federal Transit Administration grants, bridge toll funds, local Proposition K funds and Proposition B funds.”
Read more on SFBay.com here.