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SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA – Oct 22, 2014 – Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification (WAVE) today announced its upcoming event on October 29 to commence commercial deployment of a 50 kW wirelessly powered electric bus serving a light rail “TRAX” station in Salt Lake City. WAVE’s state-of-the-art Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) technology used in the project is the most powerful and efficient single pad wireless charging system ever deployed by a U.S. company for public transit.


by Leah Harnack, Mass Transit Magazine

by Mitch Shaw, Standard-Examiner
December 11, 2013
OGDEN -- As Ogden City continues to ponder future transit connections to Weber State University and McKay-Dee Hospital, a new possibility for shuttling commuters has emerged that is mostly independent from the Utah Transit Authority.

By Elenor Heyborne, ksl.com Contributor
November 11, 2013

by Eric Jaffe, The Atlantic Cities


For a lot of cities, the future of public transportation is going to be the good old bus. That doesn't mean the bus itself will be good and old.


Everyone might want super fast trains or driverless cars, but the real innovations in transportation are going to involve infrastructure. Meet the road of the future.

by Keith Barry



Say goodbye to catenary wires. Utah State University has unveiled an electric bus that charges through induction, topping off its batteries whenever it stops to pick up passengers.


The University of Utah has placed an order for a 40-foot, all-electric transit bus with BYD Company Limited (BYD), which will be the first shuttle to be allowed to run across the heart of campus.


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