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.

Kern County

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)
Arvin Union Elementary000100.04
Bakersfield City30.0540.81390.156
Beardsley Elementary20.0360.5440.016
Belridge Elementary10.0180.2700
Buttonwillow Union Elementary00030.012
Delano Joint Union High00060.024
Delano Union Elementary00050.02
Edison Elementary10.0180.2740.016
El Tejon Unified10.0180.2730.012
Fruitvale Elementary00090.036
Greenfield Union Elementary20.0360.54140.056
Kern County Office of Education000260.104
Kern Union High000470.188
Kernville Union Elementary00060.024
Lakeside Union00080.032
Lamont Elementary10.0180.2700
Maple Elementary00010.004
Maricopa Unified00030.012
McKittrick Elementary00020.008
Midway Elementary10.0180.2710.004
Mojave Unified00080.032
Muroc Joint Unified00030.012
Norris Elementary20.0360.54110.044
Panama-Buena Vista Union60.1081.62410.164
Richland Union Elementary00030.012
Rio Bravo-Greeley Union Elementary10.0180.2740.016
Rosedale Union Elementary000210.084
Sierra Sands Unified20.0360.5480.032
South Fork Union Elementary00020.008
Southern Kern Unified20.0360.5400
Standard Elementary10.0180.2790.036
Taft City00050.02
Taft Union High00050.02
Tehachapi Unified000100.04
Wasco Union Elementary00030.012
Wasco Union High00060.024
Last Updated: April 29, 2014, 1:10 am