US Postal Service driving change

IRVINE, CA -- As a key element in its sustainability efforts, the U.S. Postal Service plans to identify new, more environmentally friendly vehicle technologies that are less dependent on petroleum-based fuel sources to replace the 195,000 neighborhood delivery vehicles of its total 220,000 vehicles ? the world?s largest civilian fleet. The latest development is the use of two T-3 Motion fully electric powered vehicles in Irvine, CA to deliver mail. Irvine is one of five cities nationwide where T-3 vehicles are being tested. Other locations include San Diego, Sun City, AZ, and two cities in south Florida.

US Postal Service driving change
xcel, Mar 13, 2009
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