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WTA looks to go hybrid with next bus order

Transit agency not prepared to take on more all-electrics

One of Whatcom Transportation Authority's eight hybrid buses stops to let passengers board.
One of Whatcom Transportation Authority's eight hybrid buses, acquired in 2012, travels down Prospect Street in Bellingham in July 2022. WTA seeks to replace its eight hybrids, along with three diesel buses, with 11 new hybrid vehicles. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Whatcom Transportation Authority will steer clear of more new electric buses for now, aiming instead
Cascadia Daily News
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