The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has approved a rule that will require fixed-route shuttles serving the state’s 13 largest airports to transition to 100% zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) by 2035.

“California continues its forward march toward a zero-emission future with airport shuttles presenting a great opportunity for showcasing this process,” states Richard Corey, CARB executive officer. “Shuttles are a vital part of airport activity. The transition to zero-emission shuttles not only provides consumers with clean, quiet transport but will help further expand the reach of this ultra-clean technology into the heavy-duty transportation sector.” More >>