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CALSTART Press Releases 2016

  • California Transit Agencies Support the Low Carbon Fuel Standard
    Fourteen transit agencies and bus suppliers urge the California legislature to strengthen and extend the state’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) well beyond 2020. In its letter to the legislature, the organizations say the LCFS is good for business and public health.
  • US and China Leaders Announce Race to Zero Emissions 
    Los Angeles, CA – The transportation leaders from the United States and China today announced the creation of the “Race to Zero Emissions”, a competition between cities in the two countries to determine which one will deploy the highest percentage of emission free buses by 2025.  The race is designed to improve air quality in urban areas and prevent climate change.
  • California Provides Funding for 43 Zero Emission Big Rigs
    California Takes Major Step Forward by Funding 43 Zero Emission Trucks Hauling Containers from Ports - Largest National Investment in Zero Emission Goods Movement Sector
  • FTA provides funding for 51 Zero Emission Buses
    Federal Transit Administration Provides Funding for 51 Zero Emission Buses and Charging Equipment – CALSTART on Two Winning Teams

  • With funding from the California Energy Commission, CALSTART today announced it has opened the San Joaquin Valley Clean Transportation Center. The new Center’s goal is to accelerate the use of clean vehicles and fuels and help the region more quickly meet its air quality targets. 

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