February 6, 2007
CTRAN Pilots B100 Bus
Via the Daily Journal of Commerce. They're also going to roll out B5 to their whole fleet.
February 6, 2007 10:18 AM
Paul Edgar Says:
It looks like C-Tran is taking the lead in our region in helping reduce emissions. They have their priorities correct.
February 6, 2007 12:29 PM
That is awesome.
As long as I don't see widespread ethanol adoption I know we're heading in the right direction.
Hats of to C-tran. Now if we can just get Trimet swapped over (of course pending a reliable and steady source is available) we'd really be making some headway.
Next, cars, trucks, and other such autos! Weeehooo. We'll be auto dependant and clean as a whistle, while letting the middle east starve itself without our fuel money dumping into that region.
Ahhh, the grandiosity of it all. :)
February 6, 2007 1:29 PM
Jason McHuff Says:
Also from the article: By the second quarter of 2008, C-Tran will purchase 12 40-foot electric hybrid vehicles.
And hopefully, TriMet will increase from its present level of bio-fuel when it can do so without voiding engine warranties.
February 6, 2007 9:22 PM
Jason Barbour Says:
I saw this on the front of Monday's print edition - inside a rack, so I wasn't able to read it until now - thanks for the link. I did read the press release and other info on c-tran.com last night.
Really, it's never been a better time to be a C-TRAN fan. Well, maybe except for Sept. 20th, 2005.
February 8, 2007 5:49 PM
David Johnson Says:
I did not hear about trolleybus issues in Portland? Why? They never tell me about trolleybus issues, why? I would like to get hear about trolleybus issue? Did they put trolleybus images in this website? I would want seeing trolleybus brings back to Portland which they ablished trolleybus in past years of 1950's. Please inform me about trolleybus news. Please help me for getting more information.