Lextran inaugurates new headquarters equipped with CNG fueling facility
The Transit Authority of Lexington (Lextran), Kentucky, held the ribbon cutting and grand opening for their new headquarters at 200 West Loudon Avenue.
Cross-country tour promoting natural gas vehicles to kick off in Long Beach
On Monday, three vehicles fueled by CNG will depart Long Beach to embark on a cross-country tour aimed at showing enough CNG fuel stations in the US exist for a cross-country CNG trip.
Livonia opens new natural gas fueling station for all vehicles sizes
Consumers Energy has opened a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Livonia, Michigan. The CNG station is open to the public and provides access to all vehicles sizes, trucks and buses.
Lincoln plans to use CNG produced from waste for buses
Lincoln (Nebraska) public works staff members are working on a plan that would fuel many of the city’s buses with compressed natural gas (CNG) produced from waste collected from toilets and sinks across town.
  Leaders from across the state gathered in Denver to learn more about turning human waste into natural gas, which is how Grand Junction currently fuels 40 city vehicles.     During their regular meeting, Tuesday, Shelby (Ohio) County Commissioners heard a proposal by Sidney resident Larry Grieshop to investigate the possibility of installing a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station on county property.     Athens Utilities Board's Board of Directors last week approved the purchase of two new vehicles that will be converted to operate on compressed natural gas (CNG).  
  Americans want natural gas to heat their homes, warm their water and cook their food because it is comfortable and affordable. More homes and businesses use clean natural gas today than ever before and the numbers continue to increase.
  Thomas Built Buses and Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation announced the first compressed natural gas (CNG) engine in the industry for the popular Type C school bus.
  Thomas Lawson, former director of legislative affairs for the state attorney general, brings both Sacramento savvy and big ambitions to his new position as president of the California NGV Coalition.
  Clean Cities coalitions from Chicago, Wisconsin and Northern Indiana are partnering to host a major green-transportation conference in the Chicago area on May 19.