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NJ University Updates Fleet with Hybrid Vehicles

September 7, 2004

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Two ultra low emissions gasoline/electric vehicles have been added to New Jersey City University’s campus fleet.The Department of Facilities & Construction Management – University Fleet Services purchased the two hybrids to replace less fuel-efficient vehicles.The hybrid Toyota Prius is capable of 60 miles per gallon in the city, compared to traditional gas-only vehicles that get approximately 25 miles per gallon.The University plans to purchase more hybrids as older vehicles are replaced.

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