The new fueling facility, built and operated by Clean Energy, will be open 24/7 and will support the rushbus public transit fleet managed by TMA Bucks, Bucks County Transport’s fleet of shared ride shuttle buses as well as commercial refuse truck fleets and other public and private natural gas vehicles.
Bucks County Transport now has 15 CNG buses and plans to add another four before the end of the year, according to Vince Volpe, executive director of Bucks County Transport. It will have an additional five to ten vehicles next year, and hopes to convert all of its 91 buses to natural gas in the future, reported phillyBurbs.com.
Moreover, Peter Grace, a senior vice president for Clean Energy, said the company expects to open other public CNG stations across the commonwealth, with plans to launch a facility later this month at Philadelphia International Airport.
Source: TMA Bucks