The City of Muncie, Ind., has introduced 28 new compressed natural gas vehicles for the city’s police department, according to a report from the Muncie Journal.
The new natural gas vehicles were unveiled at a dedication ceremony at the Muncie Sanitary District’s GreenLine CNG station.
As reported, the rollout is part of a joint effort between the city and ECO Vehicle Systems, a Union City, Ind.-based upfitter.
All 28 of the vehicles, manufactured by Ford, are equipped with bi-fuel CNG systems and can carry 8.5 gasoline gallon equivalents of CNG and regular gasoline.
The agency hopes to add more CNG vehicles in the next few years, the report notes.
Photo courtesy of Muncie Sanitary District