“We have the logistics ready to begin with one of the greatest social-related projects, such as converting cars, vans and buses to run on natural gas,” OTTT director July Horton stated.
The executive said that the use of CNG will cut public transport fares and also impact on fuel savings, the foreign exchange revenue and the quality of environment.
He also informed that the regulations and guidelines establishing procedures on the conversion plan will be published soon on the website of this government department.
At the same time, the OTTT began a training process for carriers on the methodology applied to convert vehicles into natural gas system. The meeting was attended by representatives from 178 federations.