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New York / New Jersey

New York MTA Electric Bus Transition

The ElectrifyNY coalition pushed the largest transit agency in the country to commit to electrifying its entire bus fleet.

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How to operationalize a just transition

We already have a strong policy mechanism — public purchasing — that can deliver on core aspects of Green New Deal and lift up working people across the country.

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California Air Resources Board commits to zero emission buses and job creation in new rule

Los Angeles – The California Air Resources Board voted on Friday to mandate that all transit agencies in California operate 100 percent zero emission transit buses by 2040, and to use this transition to invest in workforce development training programs

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California

Electric buses are creating jobs in SoCal

An inside look into the Community Benefits Agreement between the JMA coalition, SMART union Local 105, and electric bus manufacturer BYD.

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Labor and community groups sign landmark agreement with electric bus manufacturer BYD in Los Angeles

BYD, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electric vehicles, commits to hiring 40 percent of its workers from populations facing significant barriers to employment, such as veterans, women, and African Americans. Los Angeles – Jobs to Move America (JMA),

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California

Good Jobs through LA DOT’s purchasing process

In 2017, the LA Department of Transportation committed to applying our signature good jobs and equity policy to all future purchases of clean transit equipment.

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California

Los Angeles DOT Electric Bus Transition

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation became the the third largest transit agency in the country to commit to all-electric buses by 2030 in 2017. As part of the Los Angeles County Electric Bus and Truck Coalition, Jobs to

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California

LA Metro Zero-Emissions Bus Transition

In 2017, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) committed to transitioning its entire bus fleet — over 2,200 buses — to zero emissions technology by 2030. This transition will help improve air quality, fight climate change, and

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California

CARB Innovative Clean Transit Rule

Transportation makes up the bulk of greenhouse gas, particulate matter, and NOx emissions in California. To combat dirty transportation emissions, California initially mandated the use of compressed natural gas transit buses. But as zero emissions bus technology advanced, a broad