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Europe considers the end of the fossil-fueled engine in private vehicles

Sustainability| October 17, 2017

The world is, as we know, changing and changing rather quickly. One of the disruptive influences now gaining traction is the replacement of the entire fossil fuel cycle with “zero emission” at point of use vehicle-based propulsion systems.

Valley Metro to add 187 ENC, New Flyer buses

Bus| June 29, 2017

All vehicles are funded by Federal Transit Administration and a half-cent sales tax that funds the Regional Transportation Plan in Maricopa County, which was approved by voters in 2004.

Sustainability| April 24, 2017

EPA announces grants to reduce emissions from diesel engines

Anticipates awarding at least $11 million in Diesel Emission Reduction Program grant funding to eligible applicants, subject to the availability of funds.

Management & Operations| September 6, 2016

Pittsburgh's Port Authority sees surplus due to drop in fuel costs

The authority, which has an annual budget of about $412 million, spent roughly $5.9 million less on fuel in 2016, compared with 2015.

Bus| January 8, 2013

Diesel fuel antigel

Justice Brothers’ Diesel Fuel Antigel quart bottle will treat up to 250 gallons of fuel in extremely cold temperatures and is approved for biodiesel as well.
Bus| October 30, 2012

N.C.’s Wave Transit to buy CNG buses

Will buy 16 vehicles in 2015 and build a new maintenance center. The agency is looking to protect itself against the increasingly volatile price of diesel fuel.
Bus| June 20, 2012

WHO: Diesel exhaust linked to lung cancer

Exposure to diesel exhaust occurs in everyday life, through motor vehicle exhausts as well as exhausts from other diesel engines, including from other modes of transport (e.g. diesel trains and ships) and from power generators.

Bus| January 12, 2012

NJ Transit nears completion of diesel bus overhaul

Agency has installed emissions control technology on many of its older buses as part of a long-term statewide strategy designed to reduce air pollution.
Bus| October 6, 2011

Bill proposed to improve air quality around infrastructure projects

The bill aims to achieve a priority set in the last surface transportation authorization by expanding access to federal dollars under existing transportation programs for diesel engine upgrades. Diesel fuel powers most heavy machinery and vehicles used on construction sites.
Bus| January 24, 2011

Dallas’ DART to add 452 natural gas buses

Board voted to spend $217 million to buy the vehicles, which will be put into operation by 2013. The decreasing price of natural gas made it possible for the agency to make the switch from diesel fuel.

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