Options abound for fleets considering the deployment of alternative fuel and advanced vehicles, ranging from pure-electric Segways for law enforcement to natural gas big rigs traveling interstates… (NGT News)
Genesee County will soon be home to one of the largest fleets of green public transportation vehicles in the nation… (MLive)
Blue Bird dealer Cardinal Bus Sales hosted an event last week at ROUSH CleanTech headquarters for nearly 30 Ohio school district representatives to extol the benefits of using propane autogas… (School Transportation News)
October 9, 2012 — Colorado Mountain Express (CME), a year-round ground transportation provider for mountain visitors, is offering customers a greener ride to some of Colorado’s most breathtaking destinations aboard ROUSH CleanTech shuttle vans fueled by propane autogas.
10.9.2012 — Colorado Mountain Express (CME), a year-round ground transportation provider for mountain visitors, is offering customers a greener ride to some of Colorado’s most breathtaking destinations aboard ROUSH CleanTech shuttle vans fueled by propane autogas.
School transportation officials in West Virginia now have another alternative-fuel option at their disposal — propane autogas… (School Transportation News)
State legislators and Washington dignitaries including, State Representative Katrina Asay, Federal Way Councilmembers Dini Duclos and Linda Kochmar, recognized the environmental commitment of Sears Holdings during the unveiling of 27 new ROUSH CleanTech Ford E-250 cargo vans fueled by propane autogas, to be deployed in the Sears Home Services (SHS) fleet in Seattle for in-home service and repair visits… (The New York Times)
On Tuesday, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell announced that his administration had formed agreements with two private companies that will develop alternative fueling infrastructure and, in turn, spur a quicker adoption of propane autogas and compressed natural gas (CNG) among the state’s fleet vehicles… (Next-Gen Transportation News)
October 3, 2012 — ROUSH CleanTech is leading the change to promote propane autogas technology at the 2012 Green Fleet Conference and Expo this week in Schaumburg, Ill.