Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , June 24, 2010 -- During Hurricane Katrina, a total of 201 large buses and 32 smaller para-transit buses were kept within the RTA's secure Canal and East New Orleans Maintenance garages for security purposes. Both locations were flooded with approximately five feet of water, damaging all 233 buses beyond repair. FEMA funded the RTA more than $44. 1 million to replace the buses with new vehicles that are smaller to accommodate current needs and run more efficiently with newer technology, cleaner burning diesel engine. FEMA/Manuel Broussard

Chicago citation style
Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Public Affairs Division. 3/1/2003-. Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , June 24, 2010 -- During Hurricane Katrina, a total of 201 large buses and 32 smaller para-transit buses were kept within the RTA's secure Canal and East New Orleans Maintenance garages for security purposes. Both locations were flooded with approximately five feet of water, damaging all 233 buses beyond repair. FEMA funded the RTA more than $44. 1 million to replace the buses with new vehicles that are smaller to accommodate current needs and run more efficiently with newer technology, cleaner burning diesel engine. FEMA/Manuel Broussard. 2010-06-24. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/7856525. (Accessed July 17, 2018.)
APA citation style
Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Public Affairs Division. 3/1/2003-, (2010-06-24) Hurricane/Tropical Storm - New Orleans, La. , June 24, 2010 -- During Hurricane Katrina, a total of 201 large buses and 32 smaller para-transit buses were kept within the RTA's secure Canal and East New Orleans Maintenance garages for security purposes. Both locations were flooded with approximately five feet of water, damaging all 233 buses beyond repair. FEMA funded the RTA more than $44. 1 million to replace the buses with new vehicles that are smaller to accommodate current needs and run more efficiently with newer technology, cleaner burning diesel engine. FEMA/Manuel Broussard. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/7856525
MLA citation style
Department of Homeland Security. Federal Emergency Management Agency. Public Affairs Division. 3/1/2003-. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/7856525>.
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