The Public Transit Agencies website has been reorganized under
the name Advanced Clean Transit to combine all information on
transit fleet regulations. The updated website will be used for
information about proposed regulation amendments that would
promote Advanced Clean Transit. The goal is to further reduce
criteria pollutant and greenhouse gas emissions from transit
fleet vehicles while continuing to foster the commercialization
of zero emission technologies. The website also includes all
past information about Transit Fleet Vehicle, Urban Bus, and Zero
Emission Bus requirements. The Advanced Clean Transit website is
In addition, three different listservs for transit fleet
vehicles, urban bus and zero emission buses have now been
combined into a single listserv "bus-act."
If you have questions about these changes, please contact Lynsay
Carmichael, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 322-0407.
Adopted in 2000, the Fleet Rule for Transit Agencies (Transit
Fleet Rule) required reductions in both criteria pollutant
emissions and exposure to air contaminants from urban buses and
transit fleet vehicles. The transit fleet rule also established
a demonstration and purchase requirement of zero emission buses
for large transit agencies. Some transit agencies are actively
operating and demonstrating zero emission fuel cell and battery
electric buses; however, the zero emission bus purchase
requirement is currently on hold.
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needs to take immediate action to reduce energy consumption. For
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