The Sunline Transit Agency received $1.5 million to build a transit maintenance facility for zero-emission buses, the agency announced early August.
The facility will also be an interactive learning center and provide a workforce training program in zero emission transportation technology, the agency said. It will also help serve SunLine’s growing fleet of zero-emission buses.
The money came from the Federal Transit Administration’s Low and No Emission Bus Program. SunLine also recently received $270,000 from the National Fuel Cell Bus Program to develop the facility.
SunLine partnered with organizations including College of the Desert, Orange County Transportation Authority, and others on the facility.
Source: The Desert Sun
Picture: SunLine bus ©CaFCP