Funding for the buses was provided through a 2019 FTA Low-No Program grant award.
Published by Mass Transit Magazine
The Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC) has taken delivery of four battery-electric buses from GILLIG.
Funding for the buses was provided through a 2019 Low-No Program grant award.
The Federal Transit Administration Low-No Program helps fund the purchase or lease of zero-emission and low-emission transit buses and supporting facilities that use advanced technologies.
“We’re excited to partner with DTC on building these clean-energy buses,” said Bill Fay, vice president of sales at GILLIG. “Our buses provide agencies and their customers with reliable, safe, efficient and quiet public transportation. Electric public transit helps not only in reducing air pollution but contributes to eliminating roadway congestion.”
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