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Canadian ZEB Database™ Zero-Emissions Bus Landscape and Transitioning Readiness Report #4



Issue #4

As the National Planning Service for the Government of Canada’s Zero Emission Transit Fund, CUTRIC’s ZEB database is designed to offer federal, provincial, and municipal governments, as well as transit agencies and manufacturers, a comprehensive insight into the achievements and obstacles encountered by transit agencies in their electrification initiatives.

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