Oklahoma Tribes Win Federal Grants for CNG Buses

Electric bus adoption is on the rise across the country.

The money, which is awarded through the FTA’s Tribal Transit Program, will provide grants to 55 tribes for 65 competitively selected transit-related projects in 18 states

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has awarded grants to American Indian tribes in Oklahoma to help fund compressed natural gas (CNG) bus projects.

“Public transportation connects people and communities to jobs, education and healthcare,” says U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx in a press release. “These and other Tribal Transit grants provide funding for buses, vans and transportation planning that helps ensure that everyone can access critical services and economic opportunity.”

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