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More cities experiment with electric buses and other, cleaner forms of mass transit

Just as American drivers balance fuel economy, sticker price and overall value when buying cars, transportation departments nationwide are increasingly forced to weigh fiscal constraints with long-term economic and environmental merits and pitfalls before placing their next bus orders. Faced with a diversity of choices as electric bus makers have multiplied and as diesel and hybrid engines have become more efficient, transit providers are following their own blueprints.


Enviros take the electoral fight to voters' doorsteps

LITTLETON, Colo. -- Canvasser Louis Dixon estimates he has turned out at least 100 votes for the League of Conservation Voters since he started knocking on a doors a few weeks ago, but today he won't be adding to that total. He's at the end of a daylong shift in which his goal is to track down so-called drop-off voters in this suburban neighborhood south of Denver -- those voters who cast ballots in 2012 but not in the midterm election in 2010 -- and it's not going well.

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