President Joe Biden signed sweeping federal infrastructure legislation this week that will provide the propane industry with access of up to $7 billion to help establish refueling stations along the nation’s highways and put more propane-fueled buses on the roads.
Hear from two transportation directors’ discussing their direct experience with propane buses; a funding expert and energy resource professional referencing various funding options; and industry experts reviewing total ownership costs, fueling, reduced emissions and more.
Hear why and how two transit agencies (Charlevoix County Transit in Michigan and Broward County in Florida) chose to fuel their fleet with propane vehicles.
Delaware Transit Corporation’s 24th annual “Stuff the Bus” Thanksgiving food drive was a huge success. Twelve tons (24,169 pounds) of food was collected and distributed by the Food Bank of Delaware. The bus used for this campaign was one of the agency’s propane paratransit buses.
When it comes to delivering the mail, time is always of the essence. You never know how important the packages you are carrying could be to those expecting their timely transports. Lisa McAbee, VP of McAbee Trucking, has invested in propane autogas because she believes it’s better for the environment, her customers and her pocketbook.
It’s been a long time coming, but we are back in person at two major events this week — American Public Transportation Association (APTA) TRANSform Conference & Expo in Orlando and Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) Expo in Richmond.