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San Diego MTS deploys propane buses

Sustainability| December 8, 2016

The minibuses are built on the Ford F-550 chassis and the paratransit buses are built on the Ford E-450 chassis. Each model features a Ford 6.8L V10 engine with a ROUSH CleanTech propane autogas fuel system.

Delaware Transit unveils propane fuel station, fleet plans

Sustainability| August 4, 2016

After a two-year pilot program testing five propane autogas paratransit buses, the transit agency purchased 50 more this year, and will purchase an additional 75 by 2018.

Sustainability| May 12, 2016

Fla.'s Lee Tran adds more propane autogas vehicles to paratransit fleet

The new vehicles increase the public transit agency’s propane fleet to 20, or 45% of its entire paratransit fleet.

Accessibility| May 4, 2015

Detroit’s SMART Deploys Alt.-Fueled Paratransit Fleet

Detroit’s Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) provides fixed-route and paratransit demand service for residents in southeast Michigan. SMART’s fleet consists of 233 fixed-route buses and 110 Connector buses covering 1,100 square miles.

Bus| December 23, 2014

Alternative Propulsion, Safety Big Focus at BusCon 2014

Held for the first time in Indianapolis, this year’s event featured several electric and new propane autogas vehicle debuts, while in the classroom, safety was a major focus, with sessions discussing technology integration and training.  

Accessibility| October 27, 2014

PERC adds propane autogas cost calculator

The calculator estimates potential fuel savings and ROI with clean, American-made propane when compared with conventional fuels like gasoline and diesel.
Management & Operations| September 4, 2014

Winnebago, ICOM partner for alternative fuel option

The partnership will allow alternative LPG fuel work ready equipment from the factory to the dealers and end users. Metro Worldwide will also offer ICOM LPG conversions for existing bus fleets as well as full line sales, service, installation and warranty services.
Bus| March 27, 2014

Switching to Propane Pays Off for Mich. Fleet

Currently, Livonia has four ROUSH CleanTech Ford E-450 Cutaway buses that are used for its Community Transit system.
Management & Operations| December 5, 2013

ROUSH Clean Tech adds 5 business development execs

The new employees increase the company’s staff to 80, up from six in 2010.
Accessibility| July 29, 2013

Seattle hospital's move to propane fleet maximizes savings, sustainability

Sees an estimated savings of $5,000 to $6,000 a year in maintenance costs alone on the 15 bi-fuel shuttles, and has reduced its fuel spent by 50% compared with gasoline.

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