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    A company has brought an electric bus to Macon to be used a routes this week. Rick Jones, general manager of the Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority, details the benefits of the zero emission buses. The electric buses are part of Mayor Robert Reichert's vision for the Second Street Corridor.

A company has brought an electric bus to Macon to be used a routes this week. Rick Jones, general manager of the Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority, details the benefits of the zero emission buses. The electric buses are part of Mayor Robert Reichert's vision for the Second Street Corridor. Stanley Dunlap sdunlap@macon.com
A company has brought an electric bus to Macon to be used a routes this week. Rick Jones, general manager of the Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority, details the benefits of the zero emission buses. The electric buses are part of Mayor Robert Reichert's vision for the Second Street Corridor. Stanley Dunlap sdunlap@macon.com

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