The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) issued a request for proposals to purchase ultra-low-carbon renewable natural gas (RNG) to fuel some 800 New York City buses currently running on compressed natural gas (CNG).
   
  Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) announced the utility received approval from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to begin the next phase in construction of four new dairy biomethane projects in California.
 
  Department of Environmental Protection and Department of Transportation announced grants for electric vehicle stations and the designation of 500 more miles of highway as Alternative Fuel Corridors, with CNG or EV stations readily accessible.
   
  Construction on a compressed natural gas filling station on city land in an industrial part of Naperville, Illinois, is projected to begin in June.
 
  The American Gas Association (AGA) isjoining the more than 500 affiliate organizations, companies, and cities participating in Infrastructure Week, leading the fight to rebuild and modernize America’s infrastructure.
   
  New 2018 data from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) indicates that the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) continues to drive production of a growing volume of cleaner transportation fuels for California consumers.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Dan Gage, President of NGVAmerica, released a statement in regards to the extension of CNG incentives for vehicles and stations in Oklahoma.
   
  CALSTART’s Board of Directors today unanimously voted to welcome Yuri Freedman, Senior Director of Business Development for Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), to its ranks.
 
  As Canadians continue to make greener choices, the Government of Canada is delivering more options for them to drive where they need to go, while reducing pollution.
   
  School districts and transportation contractors can now purchase buses fueled by compressed natural gas (CNG) that are 90 percent cleaner than the national emissions standard, opening more opportunities for funding that supports reduced emissions.
 
  Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will roll out 41 new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses this August. The new buses have been added to its existing fleet to help make it easier for DART to make planned service changes later this summer.
   
  A measure that redefines and extends tax credits related to compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and to the infrastructure used to keep them rolling cleared Gov. Kevin Stitt’s desk today.
 
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