WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. EPA has announced the recipients of a total of $3 million in rebates to help replace older diesel school buses.

Seventy-six fleets across the nation were selected by lottery to share the funding in the EPA’s 2014 School Bus Replacement Rebate Program.

The rebates will be used in replacing more than 200 older diesel buses from school district and contractor fleets.

The rebate recipients have nine months to order new buses, scrap the old ones and submit paperwork to the EPA.

To view the list of recipients, and for more information on the program, go here.

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Thomas McMahon

Thomas McMahon

Executive Editor

Thomas had covered the pupil transportation industry with School Bus Fleet since 2002. When he's not writing articles about yellow buses, he enjoys running long distances and making a joyful noise with his guitar.

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