The governing boards of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach unanimously approved the 2017 Clean Air Action Plan Update, ushering in a new era of aggressive clean air strategies for moving cargo through the nation’s busiest container port complex.
   
  The 380,000-square-foot building will be home to one of the largest and most advanced vehicle emissions testing and research facilities in the world.
 
  Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has signed multiple fueling agreements with United States Postal Service contract-carriers in Florida, New York, Oklahoma, and Texas, increasing the total number of USPS carriers fueling with Clean Energy now to 15.
   
  Leon County Schools and Nopetro marked the fifth anniversary of their partnership to convert a significant portion of the district’s school bus fleet to compressed natural gas (CNG) Wednesday.
 
  Beaver County’s first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station opened Friday, the first step in a long process that will see all of the Beaver County Transit Authority’s buses converted to the new technology.
   
  Kent County Tourism is unveiling a natural gas-powered new Mobile Visitor Center in partnership with Chesapeake today at the Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Lincoln, Nebraska, will be turning the biogas produced by the sewage treatment process into fuel for vehicles within the next two years.
   
  Long Beach Transit (LBT) announced this week that it received a $600,000 grant from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) of the South Coast Air Quality Management District Near Zero Incentive Program.
 
  Catalina Pacific, a CalPortland Company, has launched its compressed natural gas (CNG) powered concrete mixer truck fleet, which is designed with the intention of reducing greenhouse gas and smog-causing emissions in Southern California.
   
  The Springfield Mass Transit District (SMTD), Illinois, will soon launch service for over a dozen new buses.
 
  Omaha Metro transit in Nebraska is spending $11 million to replace about one-fourth of its aging fleet with 28 new buses, promising less exhaust emissions and fewer breakdowns.
   
  The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (Board) announced a compressed natural gas (CNG) heavy vehicle grant program available for trucks and buses that are listed as heavy duty vehicles Class 5 through 8.
 
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