Santa Fe to Get $2 Million From Washington D.C.

KOB - The city of Santa Fe will get nearly $2 million in federal money to replace older buses with ones that are more energy efficient.

The city will use the $1.92 million award to replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG (compressed natural gas) buses that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
According to a release from the city of Santa Fe, the project was selected on a competitive basis through the federal State of Good Repair Program. Read full story here: News New Mexico


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