A Hydrogen Bus

Humboldt Transit Authority looking to move to hydrogen buses

Check out the news at Lost Coast Outpost titled, “With Plans to Buy 10 Hydrogen-Powered Buses, Humboldt Transit Authority Takes One on a Test Drive”

A Hydrogen Bus

“Now we’re finally, finally — after all these years — getting it here in Humboldt County,” Lehman said this morning, just before climbing aboard as one of about a dozen passengers on a test drive around Eureka.

Staff members at Schatz are helping Humboldt Transit Authority (HTA) apply for a grant of nearly $25 million from the state’s Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program. If successful, the grant would allow HTA to purchase 10 hydrogen fuel cell buses (at around $1.1 million apiece) and build a hydrogen fueling station, which would be open for public use at the agency’s bus yard on Second and V streets in Eureka.

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