Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus (CA) is converting its fleet to renewable natural gas, which is considered the cleanest transportation fuel available.
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Pennsylvania’s Public Private Partnership Board will seek a private partner to develop CNG fueling stations at public transit agencies around the state.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Jacksonville wants CNG facility, Google honors Routemaster buses, and TfL releases data on toilet locations.
TransLink (BC) is facing criticism for plans to expand its natural gas bus fleet while the agency is struggling to provide other services.
Some stories you may have missed: Richmond operators share their stories, ACT focuses on an oft-delayed transit center, and researchers recommend CNG.
Denver’s Regional Transportation District (CO) will replace 52 aging buses with vehicles that run on clean diesel instead of CNG or electricity.
Charlotte (NC) hybrid bus manufacturer DesignLine filed for bankruptcy protection last week after struggling with a series of lawsuits and production delays.
ICYMI: Tubes may transport travelers across the country, someone tampers with TriMet fare machines, Kansas City turns to CNG, and Enterprise buys Zimride.
A study by a natural gas supplier said that the Port Authority of Allegheny County (PA) could save $3 million a year by converting to compressed natural gas.
The Federal Transit Administration awarded $59.3 million to 27 projects across the country through the Clean Fuels Grant Program.