Boston Orders Fleet of Fuel-Alternative School Buses

Boston Public Schools are reducing greenhouse gas emissions and making the ride to and from school a smooth one with new buses that are fueled with propane. Peter Crossan is the fleet adn compliance manager for Boston Public Schools' transportation department. He's been researching this technology for years with the goal of improving the air quality for both students and bus drivers... (NECN)

ROUSH Now Retrofitting Ford Medium-Duty Trucks

Medium-duty vehicle fleets seeking to switch to propane autogas now have another option available: Following certification from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) in January, ROUSH CleanTech has been certified to convert 2012-2015 model-year Ford medium-duty vehicles equipped with the 6.8L V-8 engine to run on propane autgoas to operate in all 50 states... (Work Truck Magazine)

Greenville Schools to Buy 10 Propane Buses

When the upcoming school year begins for students at Greenville Public Schools, several of those who are transported by bus may notice something different. During a special Board of Education meeting Monday evening, board members voted 5-1, with Treasurer James Anderson opposed and Trustee John Raven absent, to approve the purchase of 10 propane-fueled buses for the district's fleet of 29 buses... (Greenville Daily News)

Fuel of the Future

Pennsylvania is the third state with the largest number of propane autogas powered school buses. Check out the television segment that discusses propane's growing popularity... (Blue Ridge 11)

Clean Cities: Georgetown, Delaware

Our success story this week takes us to Georgetown, Delaware where a pilot program has turned a local transit agency into a propane advocate. In June of 2014, the state owned Delaware Transit Corporation converted 5 buses to propane. The Ford E-450 paratransit buses transport disabled citizens around Sussex County... (Motor Week)

Mickey, Roush Get 'Green' Light at BevOps

Mickey Truck Bodies and ROUSH CleanTech teamed up at the 10th annual BevOps Fleet Summit in Las Vegas to discuss how innovative and reliable propane autogas can be a smart choice for reducing fuel and maintenance costs while providing cleaner air for the community... (Mickey Truck)

School District Switching Fleet to Propane Taps Rhoads Energy

The Council Rock School District in Bucks County, Pa., is replacing 150 existing diesel school buses with propane autogas models and has chose Rhoads Energy to provide fuel for the new clean fleet... (NGT News)

New Fleet of 140 District 51 School Buses are Using Propane and New Technology

When District 51 students return to school this August, kids will be riding in new state of the art buses. Many of these buses are fueled by clean propane and are loaded with new technology, to not only save money, but also keep kids safe... (NBC 11 News)

Driving Three Ford F-59 Alternative Fuel Options

ConocoPhillips plans to convert its local fleet of trucks to run on propane produced in the San Juan Basin. The company will convert 30 of its trucks to the propane-based fuel, called propane autogas, this year and will replace more than 300 of its trucks with vehicles that run on propane in the next five years, according to Jim Lowry, a ConocoPhillips spokesman... (Truck Trend)

ConocoPhillips to Convert Trucks to Propane

ConocoPhillips plans to convert its local fleet of trucks to run on propane produced in the San Juan Basin. The company will convert 30 of its trucks to the propane-based fuel, called propane autogas, this year and will replace more than 300 of its trucks with vehicles that run on propane in the next five years, according to Jim Lowry, a ConocoPhillips spokesman... (Farmington Daily Times)

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