VIA Metropolitan Transit has launched their new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station at the regional transit agency’s San Antonio campus. The 10.980 square foot compressor compound is currently the largest in North America.
   
  The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority is expected to receive millions in federal dollars to replace many of its diesel-fueled city transit buses, the agency announced.
 
  The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) revised its guidance concerning the scope of the weight allowance for natural gas trucks.
   
  Fortistar, LLC, a sustainability-focused private company helping to facilitate the transition to a zero-carbon economy, announced that they will be entering construction shortly on a portfolio of new landfill RNG projects for transportation fuel projects.
 
  The Northwest Alliance for Clean Transportation is dedicated to helping the region reduce harmful pollutants and greenhouse emissions by encouraging use of natural gas vehicles.
   
  Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority (LANTA) showcased its new CNG filling station, a development officials hope will open a period of more environmentally friendly buses and financial savings for the public transit system.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  Researchers from Colorado State University’s Energy Institute have received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to look at making natural gas engines as efficient as diesel engines.
   
  Palo has been in the CNG market for many years and had used three low volume compressor packages at its well-known CNG station located just off Interstate 80.
 
  NGVAmerica says the announcement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reopen the Midterm Review regarding fuel-efficiency standards for light-duty vehicles could create new interest in and opportunities for natural NGVs in the light-duty sector.
   
  New York City Transit (NYC Transit) and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Bus Company selects Love’s Trillium CNG to provide operations and maintenance services for six existing CNG fueling facilities.
 
  Matheson Trucking, Inc. acquired six new 80.000 lb. Gross Vehicle Weight Kenworth T680 tractors in April built for compressed natural gas (CNG) with 12 more on order for delivery in the fall, bringing the company's CNG fleet to 58 tractors.
   
  Wave Transit had received a $3.6 million grant from the Federal Transit Authority to purchase nine compressed natural gas (CNG) buses.
 
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