A new Mercury Auto transport bus has a safe, eco-friendly design and a safe and affordable price tag.
Mercury announced the new bus in an exclusive interview with The Seattle Times.
Mercury is the largest bus maker in the US and has more than 1,500 locations nationwide.
The new bus has been developed in partnership with the University of Washington’s Office of Technology Assessment.
The bus is equipped with a new, compact design that is quieter than previous buses and is built with advanced components.
It has been designed with a high-efficiency electrical system that reduces the need for fuel, which means the bus can travel a longer distance.
The interior of the bus is made with a mesh of carbon fiber that helps reduce carbon emissions.
The design of the Mercury bus is also environmentally friendly, with recycled materials used for seats and windows.
Mercury said the bus has one of the highest levels of recycling in the industry.
Mercury has built a new office on the bus.
The company said the company will invest about $400 million over the next five years to create and improve its fleet of buses.
“We are confident that with this investment we will be able to increase the reliability of our fleet, which is what the Seattle market requires, and reduce the need to use fossil fuels in the transportation of our customers,” said Mark Tumlinson, vice president of bus operations at Mercury.
Mercury began making buses in the mid-1990s, but has been building buses in its plant in Bellevue, Wash., since 1999.
The Seattle area is a hub for the transportation sector in the region, with more than 40,000 bus routes.
Mercury plans to bring more than 15,000 buses to Seattle.
The Mercury bus, like other buses in Seattle, will be powered by a single electric motor.
“The Seattle area has become a world leader in clean transportation,” said Terry Miller, vice chairman of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.
“Mercury’s commitment to sustainability is an important element of the company’s efforts to increase efficiency and reduce emissions.
We are excited about the opportunity to partner with Mercury on this important project.”