Chenango Forks Central School District
Binghamton, NY
October 8, 2020
    

It’s imperative that our school buses maintain their power on hills. We weren’t willing to compromise performance. We’ve found that our propane buses have more power than diesel buses, giving our drivers confidence.
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Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation
Detroit, MI
October 8, 2020
    

I would encourage every transit agency to explore the benefits of a propane autogas-fueled fleet. You’ll get an immediate payback in lower fuel costs and a healthier environment. We’re reaping the benefits of it on a daily basis.
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Upper Moreland School District
Willow Grove, PA
October 8, 2020
    

The affordable cost of the infrastructure and fuel, and a lower incremental cost for the equipment were the most cost-effective decisions our district could make for this long-term investment.
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Boulder Valley School District
Boulder, CO
October 8, 2020
    

According to my data, if we take into consideration 10 propane buses and 10 diesel buses from the same manufacturer, the diesel is, on average, $0.67 per mile to operate versus propane, which is $0.48 per mile.
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Leander Independent School District
Leander, TX
October 8, 2020
    

The savings achieved by operating propane buses goes back into our school district general funds. I am pleased that our choice of an alternative fuel can help put money back into the classroom.
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