The Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) was awarded a $16.9 million Capital Investment Grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
  The Energy Department announced $4 million to support three new cost-shared research projects focused on medium- and heavy-duty, on-road natural gas engines.
  A bus company in central Pennsylvania is making the switch to compressed natural gas (CNG) thanks to thousands in state grants.
  The City of Covington’s compressed natural gas (CNG) station welcomed a first-time visitor this morning; a Newton County School System bus.
  In a letter to the editor published in Crain's New York Business, Energy Vision Founder Joanna D. Underwood argues that New York City could meet its goal of cutting greenhouse gases 80% by 2050 by switching to biogas buses.
  A compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station will help reduce air pollution from trucks traveling along Interstate 80, thanks to a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
  On March 6, 2018 Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Regional Director Marcus Kohl and staff will join River Valley Transit to speak at an event to celebrate the arrival of ten buses fueled by compressed natural gas.
  South Shore Clean Cities and its counterparts in Chicago and Wisconsin are planning a major green technology conference in May.
  Arrow Services, Inc., a Californian waste disposal and recycling company, has opened its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in the City of La Puente.
  Piedmont Natural Gas announced the opening of a new CNG refueling station in Fayetteville, North Carolina, a sign of growing demand as more companies choose clean, affordable natural gas to fuel their fleets of cars and trucks.
  Grande West Transportation Group Inc., a Canadian manufacturer of mid-sized multi-purpose transit vehicles for sale in Canada and the United States, announced a new Vicinity order for approximately $3.1 million.
  A resolution commending the Jordan School District's fleet of compressed natural gas (CNG) powered buses was advanced unanimously Friday by the House Transportation Committee in Utah.
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