According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, two-thirds of the population will live in cities by 2050. There, they will emit 60% of the world's GHGs, consume 75% of the resources, and produce half the waste. One of the significant factors in these stats is transportation. To help stop this burgeoning crisis, we must move away from fossil fuels, and electric vehicles (EVs) play a crucial role in the transition. The intersection of EVs and public transport is an opportunity zone we can't afford to overlook. This article explains why.