ROUSH CleanTech has developed a propane autogas fuel system for the Ford E-350 single-rear-wheel and dual-rear-wheel cutaway vehicle, which the company says provides public transit agencies a smaller propane vehicle option for servicing routes with fewer customers.
Our nation has been hit hard by natural disasters in recent months. Gasoline and diesel shortages in Texas and Florida due to hurricanes wreaked havoc with people trying to evacuate prior to the storms and support First Responders after the storms had passed.
Todd Mouw, vice president of sales and marketing for ROUSH CleanTech, confirmed for School Transportation News that the propane autogas Ford E-350 will be an option from Micro Bird in 2018. The chassis was unveiled Monday at the American Public Transportation Association Expo in Atlanta.
10.9.17 — ROUSH CleanTech revealed its newest propane autogas vehicle. The Ford E-350 single-rear-wheel and dual-rear-wheel cutaway provides public transit agencies a smaller propane vehicle option for servicing routes with fewer customers.
Last year, the Environmental Protection Agency filed a complaint against Volkswagen alleging that they violated the Clean Air Act. Volkswagen was found guilty and agreed to spend billions to settle these allegations, which includes a $2.9 billion Environmental Mitigation Trust. Over the next 10 years, the trust will fund environmental mitigation projects that specifically reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides, known as NOx.