CART Director Doug Myers explained that they have converted to CNG several buses. They also expect to switch half of CART’s fleet to this system, the executive stated. He also said the units were acquired due to funds that were administered through the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, “The Norman Transcript” reported.
“Norman residents can look forward to cleaner air, and CART customers can expect a nice, smooth ride aboard these new buses,” Myers said.
Cleveland Area Rapid Transit transports more than one million passengers annually as Norman, Oklahoma’s public transportation system. CART features seven Norman routes, three University of Oklahoma campus routes and a commuter route to Oklahoma City. All CART vehicles are fueled by either compressed natural gas or biodiesel.