A two-year program will test whether electric buses can handle Vermont’s rural roads while saving schools money.
Wichita, Kansas, next month will become the state’s first city to roll out electric buses, with Topeka on track to follow it.
While the analysis focused on Seattle, researchers said the findings highlight a challenge that could await other cities and states with emission-cutting commitments.
The city is among the first to install inductive charging stations to power an electric bus fleet.
Two national advocacy groups are critical of how states have allocated money from the Volkswagen settlement.