Planning for Long-Term Electric School Bus Success

May 18, 2023

2pm EST // 11am PST

close up front of school bus

In the coming years, thousands of electric school buses (ESBs) will roll out across the US. As school districts begin to electrify their fleets, transition planning can best position districts to make informed short- and long-term decisions and ultimately save money and resources.

The Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE) has partnered with World Resources Institute (WRI) to present a must-attend webinar for school district administrators, transportation managers, and anyone involved in the planning and implementation of ESBs and supporting infrastructure.

Included Topics:

  • Benefits of conducting an ESB transition plan
  • Example insights gained from ESB planning efforts
  • Scalable ESB infrastructure considerations
  • Other tips for approaching a long-term ESB program

Join our expert panelists from BYD, Jacobs, Dallas ISD, and Boston Public Schools for a discussion on approaches to transition planning and other tips for deploying ESBs today in a manner that will support future fleet growth.

Attendees will leave with a better understanding of how to begin a transition plan and why a plan is critical to their ESB program’s long-term success.


Bryant Shaw headshot

Bryant Shaw

Sustainability Services
Dallas Independent School District
Jazmin Harrison headshot

Jazmin Harrison

Business Operations Director
Dallas Independent School District
Jacqueline Hayes headshot

Jacqueline Hayes

Assistant Director of Contract Operations & Fleet
Boston Public Schools
David Nguyen headshot

David Nguyen

Senior Project Manager
Jason Yan headshot

Jason Yan

Director of Sales Operations
Brittany Barrett headshot

Brittany Barrett

Senior Manager, E-Mobility
World Resources Institute
Eric Bigelow headshot

Erik Bigelow

Director of Midwest Operations Moderator
CTE Moderator

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