Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The Obama Administration has announced $100 million in Economic Recovery Act funding for 43 transit agencies that are pursuing cutting-edge environmental technologies to help reduce global warming, lessen America's dependence on oil and create green jobs. Among the projects funded under the competitive bidding, Alabama will replace gasoline and diesel buses with electric hybrids, Massachusetts will construct wind energy generation turbines and Vancouver, Washington, will install solar panels at transit facilities.
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This is a sign of things to come, said U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, who made the announcement in Atlanta, the site of the largest award. This show how investing in green transportation not only helps the planet, but creates jobs and strengthens our economy. It also shows how much more we can do.
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Sunday, September 13, 2009
We are investigating whether the vehicle was roadworthy, Solani said. Six women and three men, aged between 45 and 65, died at the scene. The other 33 passengers were taken to Grey Hospital. Ten of the injured are in a critical condition. Families will identify the bodies at 2pm today. We are only certain of the identity of one of the deceased Solani said.
Bus owner Arron Bido offered his condolences to the families of those killed. I am in communication with the police to find the cause of this unfortunate accident. Our buses undergo regular roadworthy checks.Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndebele said his department would investigate the cause of the accident. He appealed to public transport operators to exercise extreme caution as we cannot continue putting the lives of innocent commuters at risk.