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California Requires Airport Shuttles to Go Zero Emission by 2035

With almost 1,000 airport shuttles in operation, the regulation is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 500,000 metric tons, with a beneficial economic impact for shuttle fleets owners of an estimated $30 million in reduced fuel and maintenance costs.

A Look at L.A.'s Green New Deal

The city of Los Angeles' Mayor Garcetti plans to aggressively electrify its fleet as part of an ambitious plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the city.

CARB Proposes New Trucking Segmentation to Achieve GHG Goals

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) outlined a proposal of Advanced Clean Truck regulations that would divide truck segments into three classes and help provide clear zero-emission vehicle sale goals in California to meet climate-change targets.

BMW to Offer 5 Battery EVs by 2021

The BMW Group plans to offer five battery-electric vehicles for sale in the U.S. by 2021, including four new models alongside the current i3 hatchback.