As the pandemic eases, public transit must scale at a rapid and clean pace

As the return to commuting intensifies and summer travel planning begins, millions of Canadians will be reconsidering public transit. The opportunity is now for public transit to emerge on the other side of the pandemic stronger, cleaner and future-proof

New Calstart data charts increasing zero-emission bus adoption in Canada, with Ontario in the lead

With nearly 70 per cent of Canada’s zero-emission transit buses rolling on Ontario streets, the province has emerged as an unlikely early adopter of both battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty vehicles

Montreal foundation awards $800,000 in “catalytic capital” to spur electric school bus adoption in Canada

EXCLUSIVE: The Trottier Family Foundation, highlighting electric school buses’ climate and health benefits, will fund 10 organizations over two years to lobby governments, conduct policy research and build grassroots support

Canada Infrastructure Bank to fund 4,000 electric school buses in Quebec

The $400-million loan to provincial bus operators is the latest investment from the Canada Infrastructure Bank’s $1.5 billion zero-emission bus initiative to assist in the transition from diesel transit in Canada

Student Transportation of Canada places conditional order for 1,000 electric school buses

The order, for Lion Electric buses, still hinges on financial support from the federal Zero Emission Transit Fund. If approved, Student Transportation of Canada will become the largest operator of zero-emission school buses in the country