LA Announces First 100% Electric Bus LineAfter five years and $80 million, the Metro G (Orange) Line became the first zero-emission Metro bus line.
Los Angeles Orders 155 Electric Buses, Largest Single Order In US HistoryLADOT will receive the first of the buses in March, with the rest set to arrive over the next two years.
California Mandates 100-Percent Zero-Emission Bus FleetCalifornia moved Friday to eliminate fossil fuels from its fleet of 12,000 transit buses, enacting a first-in-the-nation mandate that will vastly increase the number of electric buses on the road.
LADOT Gets $36 Million Grant For Electric BusesThe Los Angeles Department of Transportation announced today a $36.1 million grant will be used to purchase 112 zero-emission electric buses.
LAX To Swap Diesel Buses With ElectricThe Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners approved the purchase of 20 electric buses to be used for airfield guest transportation.
LA Metro Makes Order For Up To 100 Electric BusesLos Angeles Metro officials announced this week that they have signed a contract with New Flyer of America for dozens of zero-emission and compressed natural gas buses to help the agency reach its goal of a 100 percent zero-emission fleet by 2030.
All LA Metro Buses To Be Electric By 2030The Metro board voted to transition its entire fleet of 2,200 buses from gas-powered to electric.
Long Beach Transit Unveils 1 Of 10 Electric Buses To Be Added To Fleet In NovemberThe Long Beach Transit says it spent $11 million on the environmentally friendly fleet.