SuperShuttle has added 23 newly converted eight-passenger Ford E-350 vans to its Southern California fleet, furthering its commitment to being the most environmentally sound way to get to and from the airport. These vehicles serve LAX, Long Beach, Ontario and John Wayne Airports.
The Clean Transportation Funding from The Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) provided $225,000 in funding to assist SuperShuttle in converting 23 of its shuttle vans to run on natural gas.
This possible through the MSRC’s Near-Zero Emission Medium- and Medium-Heavy Duty Incentives Program, which provides funding to purchase the lowest-emitting engine technologies commercially available.
The vans are operated by independent franchisees and SuperShuttle’s decision to switch to CNG is due to its commitment to always looking for ways to help its small business owners obtain more affordable equipment.
Source: SuperShuttle International