By Becky Striepe on March 14, 2011
Congestion charging started in London back in 2003, and they extended the covered area in 2007. Basically, cars that want to drive in certain high-traffic areas have to pay a toll or face a fine. Since launching the program, London has seen a six percent increase in bus ridership.
By Doug Gunzelmann on September 30, 2008
This is the first commercially viable hybrid bus that should see the market place by 2010. Using a combo diesel and lithium ion battery the 7700 Hybrid decreases CO2 emissions by 30%, doesn’t idle at lights and stops, reduces particle and nitrous oxide emissions by 40-50%, carries more passengers, and runs quieter than its fully [...]