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Glitches plague WTA’s all-electric buses

Software troubles spark debate about future of electrics at agency

One of two Whatcom Transportation Authority all-electric buses sits at a charging station at the agency's Bakerview Spur headquarters. Software problems have repeatedly taken the electric buses off the road.
One of two Whatcom Transportation Authority all-electric buses sits at a charging station at the agency's Bakerview Spur headquarters. Software problems have repeatedly taken the electric buses off the road. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Whatcom Transportation Authority’s two electric buses are on the fritz. A series of software glitc

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