Clean and Equitable Mass Transit
Equitably Electrifying Mass Transit
With major cities making the decision to shift to all-electric bus fleets, the question is no longer whether or when the transition to quiet, clean mass transit will happen – It’s already happening.
New options such as electric- and hydrogen-powered buses will provide cleaner air and a better experience for passengers and drivers while supporting the imperative to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
During this webinar, we’ll hear from the bus manufacturers on why they’re moving to all-electric transit buses. We will also hear from cities and transit agencies currently making the move to cleaner mass transit and how they are prioritizing equity as they electrify certain transit lines
Join this webinar moderated by Sabrina Cerquera, Program Associate at Forth, to hear from panelist Margarita Parra International Program Director at Clean Energy Works.
Sabrina Cerquera, Program Associate, Forth
Sabrina supports the pilot programs team and promotes transportation electrification efforts in cities nationwide. She has previous experience in the nonprofit space and federal agency on water policy and programming with an equity focus. Sabrina grew up in Miami, FL, and received her B.A. in Political Science from Lewis & Clark College.
Margarita Parra International Program Director, Clean Energy Works.
Margarita is the International Program Director at Clean Energy Works. Trained as an engineer with a Masters in Environmental Engineering and a diploma in Sustainable Development, Margarita has worked for two decades in Latin America, China, India, and the United States to reduce local air pollution and global carbon emissions from the transport sector. Margarita also advises GRID Alternatives in their clean mobility equity work in California and serves on the board of directors of the Silicon Valley Bike Coalition.