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GILLIG Announces 2021 Low-No Grant Awards

Livermore, Calif., July 30, 2021 –GILLIG LLC, the leading manufacturer of heavy-duty, clean-energy transit buses in the United States, announced that nine of its transit agency partners have been awarded grants under the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Low or No Emission Program (Low-No).

“We’re looking forward to working with these agency partners to deliver environmentally friendly transit buses to their communities,” said GILLIG Vice President of Sales Bill Fay. “This program is important for agencies across the U.S. that are reducing air pollution and working toward achieving emission-reduction goals.”

The Low-No Program helps fund the purchase or lease of zero-emission and low-emission transit buses and supporting facilities that use advanced technologies. GILLIG partnered with the nine winning transit agencies in completing their Low-No applications to secure funding.

GILLIG’s clean-energy products include its zero-emission battery electric bus, hybrid electric, compressed natural gas, and clean-diesel technology buses with reduced emissions.

About GILLIG LLC GILLIG is the leading manufacturer of heavy-duty transit buses in the United States. We offer a portfolio of clean-energy propulsions including zero-emission battery electric, diesel-electric hybrid, near-zero emission compressed natural gas and clean-diesel, all designed on the proven GILLIG Low Floor platform to maximize fleet commonality. Since 1890, our dedicated employees have been supporting customers and delivering on promises to improve quality of life through transformative mass transit solutions. From initial design through final assembly, each GILLIG bus is designed and built by American workers in Livermore, California, who are committed to building and supporting the safest and most reliable transit buses in the United States. Our products help reduce congestion, contribute to a cleaner environment, and provide mobility to all. GILLIG is also proud to create American jobs and recycle tax dollars back into the community to further support public transportation. Further information about GILLIG can be found at


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