All of the Arkansas Agency’s Buses to Be Converted by 2015
Rock Region Metro in Little Rock, Ark. Plans to replace its remaining diesel buses with compressed natural gas fueled units by 2025, and has tapped Trillium CNG to support the transition, Trillium parent Love’s said this morning.
Trillium was originally selected in 2014 to design, build, operate and maintain a new CNG fueling station for the Rock Region fleet.
“The Trillium team excels in providing high-quality, comprehensive service to CNG systems nationwide,” Love’s natural gas GM Bill Cashmareck said in a release.
“We understand passengers in central Arkansas count on Rock Region to safely get them to work, home or leisure activities, and it’s important to us to keep systems performing at their maximum capabilities and to rapidly respond to any request through our 24/7 monitoring service,” he said.
Trillium will continue to provide services to the private station that can fuel up to 75 CNG buses daily for the next three years with options for up to five years, Love’s says. The agency, which serves 3 million passengers per year, introduced 15 CNG buses to its fleet in summer 2015.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospital
Love’s Travel Stops operates ten travel stops in the state of Arkansas. Love’s West Memphis location offers Love’s Fast-Fill CNG for heavy-duty trucks and a CNG fueling option for motorists.
Love’s also said today that $1 of every 24 oz. coffee or cappuccino sold at more than 390 Love’s Travel Stops nationwide will go to the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital in honor of National Coffee Day. The promotion begins on National Coffee Day, this Thursday, September 29, and lasts through Friday, September 30.
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