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School buses in NY must go electric by 2035. One district has plans on how to do it

Alexandria Bay's Transportation Director Delmar Lambert and Superintendent Chris Clapper have been instrumental in starting to electrify the rural town's school district buses. (Amy Feiereisel/NCPR)
Alexandria Bay's Transportation Director Delmar Lambert and Superintendent Chris Clapper have been instrumental in starting to electrify the rural town's school district buses. (Amy Feiereisel/NCPR)

New York school districts are required to replace their gas and diesel buses with electric school buses by 2035. Some districts and lawmakers are resistant.

But, as Amy Feiereisel of North Country Radio reports, one school district in Northern New York has already started electrifying its school bus fleet.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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