VIENNA, Va. - Schools in Fairfax County are getting the opportunity to provide more of a greener future for students.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan visited Flint Hill Elementary School to highlight a historic investment in cleaner school buses.
The EPA is working to help school districts across the U.S. make the switch from diesel-powered buses to zero-emissions, electric buses with a $5 billion investment.
Fairfax County currently has eight electric buses and plans to add 10 in the next year or so. They plan to transition to an all-electric fleet over the next 13 years.