A new compressed natural gas (CNG) station is part of Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority’s long-range plan, which includes overall cost reductions and infrastructure improvements for a more environmentally friendly organization.
  New Orleans-based Harvey Gulf International Marine has taken delivery of its fifth liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered offshore supply vessel.
  The Harbor Trucking Association announced a new partnership with Clean Energy Fuels Corp. to be the exclusive provider of clean transportation fuels to the association member companies.
  NGVAmerica has released its 2017 Annual Report, highlighting how NGVAmerica is leading on initiatives to grow the natural gas vehicle industry and helping its members accomplish their business goals.
  The Crawford Area Transit Authority (CATA), Pennsylvania, rolled out new compressed natural gas buses and unveiled a new maintenance garage.
  The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), California, has awarded New Flyer a contract for six Xcelsior® compressed natural gas (CNG) forty-foot, heavy-duty transit buses (6 equivalent units).
  The Gunnison Valley Rural Transportation Authority board, in Colorado, is full-steam-ahead on adding more buses to the fleet that run on compressed natural gas (CNG).
  The Fort Worth Transportation Authority (FWTA) has awarded New Flyer with a new contract for up to 46 Xcelsior® compressed natural gas (CNG) sixty-foot, heavy-duty transit buses.
  Assemblymember Jim Frazier has introduced legislation to level the playing field for zero emission and near zero emission trucks by ensuring they can have the same carrying capacity as diesel and gasoline powered trucks.
  Minnesota will spend $11.75 million on cleaner trucks, buses and electric charging stations if the state’s proposal for the first funds from a legal settlement with Volkswagen is accepted.
  Ohio EPA is announcing a new application submittal date of March 20, 2018, for grant proposals to the new Alternative Fuel Vehicle Conversion Grants program.
  President Donald Trump has signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, a long-term budget agreement that includes extensions of lapsed tax credits for alternative fuel vehicles and refueling infrastructure retroactively for 2017.
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