In my opinion, what's going to entice a rider today to take bus rapid transit is that it has to be on time, it has to be faster than taking an automobile, and it has to be reliable. You want to know that it's going to get you where you have to go.
Today, with the state of the art from a propulsion perspective, diesel buses are there from a reliability perspective. Battery-electrics are new, and we're going to have some speed bumps and some teething issues getting through those issues, so I think you'll see bus rapid transit start out with something that's tried and true. Diesels, or hybrids are now mature, but there's no reason this wouldn't migrate to batteries over time.