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  • 9.3.22 | MBTA

    Following a presentation by the MBTA’s Capital Transformation and Vehicle Engineering teams, the MBTA’s Board of Directors awarded an over-$810 million contract to CAF USA Inc. to deliver over 100 Green Line Type 10 “Supercar” trolleys, which will bring benefits to riders and the MBTA system through increased safety, accessibility, capacity, and maintainability. “This is an incredible moment that marks an inflection point for the MBTA’s Green Line riders as we continue to work to transform the entire line,” said MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak. “Not only will the Type 10 supercars provide more capacity and a roomier ride for what is the nation’s busiest light rail line, but they also include the latest safety technology, updated accessibility improvements, and other upgrades that improve the rider experience. We look forward to beginning the supercar design phase this fall, and receiving the first pilot vehicles in spring 2026.”


  • 8.7.22 | ABQ Ride

    Five new electric buses were unveiled by ABQ Ride, with buses beginning servicing routes in June. In 2019, the Keller Administration announced the transition to low-emission vehicles for the city’s fleet and with these buses, there are now 160 of those vehicles on the streets. “We’re so thankful to be able to take this next step towards sustainability,” said Bobby Sisneros, acting director of the transit department, city of Albuquerque. “Not only do these buses create positive impacts for the environment, they’re also cheaper to operate, so it was the perfect time to make this investment.” The five buses are the first electric vehicles to be utilized by ABQ Ride and the city hopes to continue adding electric vehicles over the coming years, with the goal of utilizing them exclusively by 2040.