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July 18, 2013

CleanFUEL USA propane chassis attains certification

The engine and fuel system may now be purchased and used in all 50 states and Canada for up to 33,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight ratio.


December 8, 2011

So. Cal approves transportation/sustainability plan

The draft presents a long-term strategic investment plan for transportation and housing through 2035. The SCAG region includes six counties, 191 cities and more than 18 million residents.


January 24, 2011

Cummins unveils 2010 coach engines at UMA Expo

ISX11.9 and ISL9 engines provide a power range that is well suited for motorcoach applications and are certified to meet EPA and California Air Resources Board 2010 emissions regulations, while delivering better performance and better reliability.


July 21, 2010

Cummins ISX11.9 receives EPA, CARB certification

Like the lineup of on-highway Heavy-Duty and MidRange engines, the engine utilizes Cummins Aftertreatment System with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology.


November 19, 2009

Report: Smart growth could save Calif. $31B, cut GHGs

Of four regions studied, the Bay Area is saving the most on transportation costs due to its smart growth communities, with Los Angeles coming in a close second.


October 8, 2009

Baytech's CNG engine now EPA, CARB certified

Vehicle models covered by Baytech's new 6.0L CNG heavy duty engine certification include the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana 4500 Cutaway Van, the Isuzu NPR HD and Chevrolet/GMC W4500 Cab Forward chassis, and the Workhorse Custom Chassis heavy duty chassis.


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