Published in METRO: 4 Factors to Consider For Zero-Emission Bus Fleet Transition

November 4, 2019

ZEBs reflect a global trend to modernize fleets, reduce greenhouse-gas emissions, and make public transit a cleaner, friendlier transportation option

By Sasha Pejcic, Analy Castillo, Peter Chatoff, and David Verbich


Zero-emission buses (ZEBs) are finding their place in transit circles by offering the opportunity to shift away from fossil fuel-powered bus fleets, whether through government mandate or as an agency-driven plan. Our Transit Advisory team explains what’s involved in transitioning a bus fleet to zero emissions technology.

Read article in METRO.



About the Authors

Sasha Pejcic is leading a group of Stantec management consultants for transit agencies across North America, where he has been applying his knowledge in planning, operations, facilities, and marketing. Sasha has been named to Mass Transit’s prestigious Top 40 Under 40.

A chemical engineer and transit advisory consultant, Analy Castillo is leading the field in zero-emission buses. From her research to her transit model ZEBDecide, Analy helps agencies identify the best implementation of this technology for their fleets.

Peter Chatoff is a tenured transportation professional with over 40 years of progressive experience in transit, paratransit, intercity coach, airport shuttle bus service, and vehicle manufacturing. 

Dedicated to helping transit agencies grow ridership, David Verbich has brought Transit Advisory services to Southern California. David has specialized in strategic mobility projects, helping clients develop long-term plans for a sustainable future.



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