Cranston Public Schools receives $180K from EPA to replace older diesel buses

CRANSTON – Cranston Public Schools has received $180,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to replace nine older school buses with newer buses or engines that emit less diesel exhaust, the EPA announced. In addition to the Cranston bus fleet, three fleets in Maine and one fleet in Connecticut were among a total of 145…

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