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This past Earth Day Pete Buttigeig the Secretary of Transportation and Gina McCarthy a National Climate Advisor for the White House tours around Washington DC. During their conversation they showed off the 3000 Series Proterra E2 Catalyst Electric bus  and spoke about some of the benefits of making choices in our communities.  Such as having the benefit of free public WiFi and charging stations on these electric buses, which are amazing commodities for commuters.  For more information visit WhiteHouse.gov/BIL.

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