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Pittsburgh begins to adopt electric cars for city fleet
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20 June 2017
On 20 June 2017 The Associated Press reported:
City employees in Pittsburgh will soon be driving hybrid cars as part of the mayor's plan to eventually convert the fleet to electric vehicles. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that the city ordered two Ford Focuses and two Chevrolet Bolts and installed four charging stations. Mayor Bill Peduto hopes to replace the city's fleet of about a thousand gasoline-powered vehicles with electric cars by 2030.
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