Strategic Growth Plan, Bond Accountability

School Bus Retrofit and Replacement Account - Project Benefits

Proposition 1B, which was approved by the voters on November 7th, 2006, enacts the Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006. This bond act authorizes $200 million for replacing and retrofitting school buses. The following identifies the project benefits.

Assembly District 34

School District Number of Bus Replacements Particulate Matter Emissions Reduced (tpy) Oxides of Nitrogen Emissions Reduced (tpy) Number of Bus Retrofits Particulate Matter Emissions Reduced (tpy)
Bishop Union Elementary00080.032
Burton Elementary50.091.3580.032
Death Valley Unified10.0180.2700
Dinuba Unified30.0540.8180.032
Exeter Union Elementary00040.016
Exeter Union High10.0180.2700
Hope Elementary00010.004
Liberty Elementary00010.004
Lindsay Unified00030.012
Lone Pine Unified10.0180.2700
Lucerne Valley Unified00040.016
Mojave Unified00080.032
Monson-Sultana Joint Union Elementary00020.008
Muroc Joint Unified00030.012
Needles Unified40.0721.0800
Oak Valley Union Elementary00040.016
Palo Verde Union Elementary00030.012
Porterville Unified10.0180.27210.084
Sequoia Union Elementary10.0180.2720.008
Southern Kern Unified20.0360.5400
Springville Union Elementary10.0180.2700
Sundale Union Elementary00040.016
Trona Joint Unified00010.004
Tulare City Elementary000130.052
Visalia Unified170.3064.5990.036
Last Updated: April 29, 2014, 1:10 am