Wilson used a section of the state labor code to intervene in the strike between the Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District and its workers.
What does SBMTD stand for?
SBMTD stands for Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District (Santa Barbara, CA)
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The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District confirmed its order for 28 Nova LFS buses at a total cost of $6.
We believe that 24,000 all-electric miles is the longest, all-electric range that any transit property has been able attain from a single vehicle in one year, without the use of battery swapping," said Gary Gleason, the General Manager of the Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District and operator of the Carpinteria fleet.
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 10, 2001 Gary Gleason, general manager of the Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District (SBMTD), has been elected chairman of the board of WestStart, the largest advanced transportation technologies consortium.
CALSTART, along with consortium member Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District (MTD), is also in the development stage for a second, even more advanced 30-foot model.
The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District was selected for its commitment to a world-leading -- and the world's largest -- electric-bus fleet, its contribution to fast-charging development, and for its highly visible role educating transit riders, tourists and others about the benefits of zero-emission vehicles.
State or Local Government Agencies: Bay Area Rapid Transit District, The City of Burbank, John Wayne Airport (Orange County), Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario Airport, Sacramento Municipal Airport, Santa Barbara Air Pollution Control District, Santa Barbara metropolitan Transit District, south Coast Air Quality Management District, State of California (California Energy Commission and Department of Business, Transportation and Housing).
APS Systems and Saft have recently been awarded a contract for nine all-electric buses, with five slated for the Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District and four going to Burbank, CA.