MMVTA Readies for Natural Gas Buses, Fueling Station


The Mid Mon Valley Transit Authority (MMVTA), which provides public transportation to several communities in Pennsylvania, is replacing eight of its buses with ones powered by natural gas.

According to a TribLive report, the authority is buying the compressed natural gas buses for about $3.6 million using mostly federal and state funding and expects to have them in service by year's end.

Furthermore, under a large program headed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, a public natural gas fueling station is slated to be built at the MMVTA's facility in Dora.

The full TribLive report is available here.

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