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  • Like a giant iPhone charger — for LexTran buses

    Lextran has recently unveiled a fleet of five new electric buses. The buses use no gasoline and have zero emissions. The buses pull into a charging station on East High Street at Lexington Avenue on every trip to recharge before the next trip through the route. The recharging takes 7 to 10 minutes. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram

Lextran has recently unveiled a fleet of five new electric buses. The buses use no gasoline and have zero emissions. The buses pull into a charging station on East High Street at Lexington Avenue on every trip to recharge before the next trip through the route. The recharging takes 7 to 10 minutes. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Lextran has recently unveiled a fleet of five new electric buses. The buses use no gasoline and have zero emissions. The buses pull into a charging station on East High Street at Lexington Avenue on every trip to recharge before the next trip through the route. The recharging takes 7 to 10 minutes. Lexington Herald-Leader video by Charles Bertram Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

New Lextran charging station turns heads, gives jolt to public transit

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