Articles Tagged With: cng
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November 2013

How sustainability can save transit agencies money, build community support

Making more sustainable choices for fuel, power and water can save big money.

April 2013

Trillium Completes Colo. CNG Station Install

Roaring Fork currently has four Gillig CNG buses with tank assemblies from Agility Fuel Systems, using Type III cylinders from Worthington-SCI, with delivery of the remaining 18 set to occur in July.

April 2013

Central Ohio Moves Away From Diesel to CNG

A new facility is scheduled to begin operations this spring, and the agency just received its first 30 Gillig CNG buses in February.

April 2011

Transit Fleets Come Clean as Alternative-Fuel Technology Comes of Age

Today, the maturation of alternative fuels has made it easier for transit agencies to implement programs than it was for early adopters in the 1990s. Even still, there are many lessons to learn from the early pioneers, including being aware of possible infrastructure and training investments.

September 2010

TMC expands into coach market with Stallion Bus models

Elkhart, Ind.-based TMC Group Inc. has added the Delray Beach, Fla.-based Stallion Bus Industries' 30-passenger Pony and 40-passenger Stallion buses to its product offerings, company officials reported.

August 2010

Economics and Reduced Emissions Drive Growth of Alt Fuel Use

Roughly 14 percent of transit buses currently on the road run on natural gas. Demand is growing, according to industry experts, with natural gas engines specified for about 25 percent of all new bus orders.

April 2010

New BRT Projects Gather Momentum Across the U.S.

Several projects are in the planning stages, many of them on the West Coast. Although funding is once again a common hurdle, with financial support hinging on tight application deadlines, transit agencies are pushing ahead.

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