New Public Access Station in Murrieta, South of San Bernardino,
Supports Truck Traffic and Murrieta Valley Unified School District
SoCalGas opened a new compressed natural gas fueling outlet, its 15th, in Murrieta, Calif. on Friday. The public access station is located at a utility operating base near the intersection of Interstate-15 and I-215. updated April 18
“It is conveniently situated for trucks and other commercial vehicles traveling between Southern California locations,” SoCalGas says, noting that the station also supports the Murrieta Valley and Temecula Valley Unified School Districts – the latter operates 20 CNG buses.
The station features an ANGI Energy package with two two-hose dispensers. There is a single 300e compressor in place with a pad ready for a second, says SoCal Gas engineer Steven Ly.
‘Best and Fastest’
The station is open to all NGVs, and “is designed to provide optimized access for trucks and commercial vehicles,” the utility says. The design accommodates wide turning radius trucks and includes “ample space to allow for safe, efficient fueling for multiple vehicles.”
“It is the best and fastest fuel we’ve ever had at a public access station,” Temecula Valley USD transportation director Jason Osborn says in the SoCalGas Murrieta announcement.
Current prices for CNG at each of the utility’s 15 fueling outlets may be seen here.
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Source: Southern California Gas with Fleets & Fuels follow-up