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Several Western New York school districts will receive millions in federal funding for new electric school buses.

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US gives school districts $900 million for electric school buses

Several Western New York school districts will receive millions in federal funding for new electric school buses. The White House on Wednesday, May 29, unveiled nearly $900 million in awards to 530 school districts to replace thousands of aging, gas-fueled school buses with cleaner, mainly electric models.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean School Bus Program is the source of the new funding. The funding, totaling nearly $13 million, aims to provide clean, low- and zero-emission buses for some Buffalo and Western N.Y. Schools.

 

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