The 90 low-emission diesel/electric hybrid buses used by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority were manufactured by Gillig in nearby Hayward, Calif. VTA officials said 300 jobs were created or maintained as a result of the purchase.
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Baltimore, M.D. is becoming greener every day. The
city's first Annual Sustainability Report was released on April 19,
2010 as part of Baltimo…
Berkeley has long been a city with green vision. This
California city continues to work at attaining its goals by
reducing energy use and gree…
Green building in Boulder
County Colorado starts with planning based on foresight: the
County's Comprehensive Plan outlines a long-term vision…
In September 2009, the city of San
Bernardino received $1,954,600 in Energy Efficiency
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) funds.
For almost twenty years, Mayor Richard M. Daley and the City of Chicago have led the nation with
innovative initiatives to make Chicago the mo…
Cleveland, Ohio aims to become a model of
sustainability and plans to become a leader in the emerging green
economy over the next 9 years thro…
So many things are going on in Kenosha to support a green community: Since
1988, an advisory committee of 11 members dubbed "Keep Kenosha
ATLANTA -- Mayor Kasim Reed announced the creation of the Power to Change Ambassador Program at the 2nd annual Atlanta Earth Day Cleanup Chall…
Jacksonville, Fla. Mayor John Peyton created
the Office of Sustainability Initiatives within the city's
Environmental and Compliance Departme…
Laredo's investment in transportation infrastructure
and services strives to provide significant benefits in terms of
mobility, travel choice,…
The city of Thousand Oaks has been recognized by the state of
California for designing, implementing, and operating model
programs that suppor…
Riverside has taken pride in the steps it has
taken to become more sustainable.
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