CTTransitConnecticut Transit - Hartford Division
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CTTransit plans on adding five more fuel cell-powered buses to its fleet by early 2009.
UConn noted that CTTransit, which oversees bus service in Connecticut and is operated by the state Department of Transportation (DOT), purchased two "parallel design" hybrid electric buses from Allison Transmission in June 2003.
CTtransit is the CTDOT-owned bus service that operates 136 local routes and 24 express bus routes in the Hartford area.
During the past year, CTTRANSIT said the hybrid buses were operated on Hartford-area routes and tested for fuel economy, reliability, maintenance expense and emissions.
CTTRANSIT said first-phase testing results indicate the hybrid buses, which were fueled with standard petroleum diesel, are 10 percent to 15 percent more fuel efficient than comparable diesel-powered buses, and 30 percent to 35 percent more fuel efficient that the current CTTRANSIT fleet average.
Forms, instructions and specifications are available from the CTtransit website (www.
According to officials, CTTransit will test the buses, which cost approximately $500,000 each, for emissions reduction capabilities as well as fuel efficiency.
I believe in this technology," said CTTransit assistant general manager for maintenance services Stephen Warren.