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Help Your Community Transition to Clean, Battery Electric Buses

Bus electrification advocates and local/regional transportation decision makers can use this one-stop resource to view transit electrification progress in Virginia communities, find funding, explore resources, and more.

Note: "Fossil" buses refers to diesel, diesel-electric hybrid, gasoline, compressed natural gas (CNG), and propane (autogas) buses and other vehicles that emit air pollutants and greenhouse gases. Sierra Club does not support CNG buses. CNG is a fossil fuel which emits methane and other greenhouse gases, as well as harmful particulates.

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    For Advocates

    How to Advocate for a Transition to Battery Electric Buses in Your Community

    For Decision Makers

    AchiEVe: Model Policies to Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption is a national toolkit designed to accelerate the switch to clean, electric vehicles (EVs) in an effective and equitable way by providing various stakeholders with model EV policies at the state, local, and utility levels. 

    Funding Sources

    The Federal Transit Administration's Low- and No- Emission (Low-No) Vehicle Program and Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program

    Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation can assist with grant writing, technical assistance and letters of support for grant applications.

    Success Stories

    Alexandria Transit Company, Virginia

    Blacksburg Transit, Virginia

    Montgomery County, Maryland


    Cheri Conca
    Transportation & Smart Growth Program Manager

    Electric bus being charged in a parking garage