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April 20, 2017 in CNG, Infrastructure, milestones, NGVs, transit by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

First of 29, in Johnstown, Will Support CamTran CNG Buses
As Trillium CNG Offers 99¢ Fuel at Ten Stations for Earth Day

Love’s Trillium CNG has opened the first of 29 compressed natural gas fueling stations it’s building for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. The company also said today that it will serve up CNG fuel for just 99¢ per gasoline gallon equivalent at ten of its outlets this Saturday, April 22.

The first of 29 Trillium CNG stations for PennDoT, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has opened. The public-access outlet will support the Cambria County Transit Authority’s CNG bus fleet.

The company is building the stations as part of PennDoT’s 20-year, $84.5 million P3/Public-Private Partnership project (F&F, March 29, 2016).

The inaugural facility, on Maple Avenue in Johnstown, will support CNG buses operated by CamTran, the Cambria County Transit Authority, which broke ground in the station this past September.

Discounts from Ohio to California

“It’s also open to the public and it can accommodate all types of vehicles,” Love’s Trillium says.

The ten Love’s Trillium CNG station with 99¢ per GGE fuel this Saturday are

  • Tulare, California – 1120 E. Paige Ave.;
  • Glenwood Springs, Colorado – 23 Mel Rey Rd. – Shell West Mart;
  • Atlanta, Georgia – 4590 Fulton Industrial Blvd.;
  • Monroe, Louisiana – 338 LA 594 – EZ Mart near Russel Sage Road;
  • Sauk Centre, Minnesota – 1142 Fairlane Dr.;
  • Omaha, Nebraska – 13233 Cornhusker Rd.;
  • Mt. Vernon, Ohio – 521 S. Main St.;
  • Nashville, Tennessee – 402 N. First St.; and
  • Midland, Texas – 4915 W. Industrial Ave. – Building 1.

“From California to Ohio, transit buses, heavy-duty trucks, Honda Civics and everything in between can score this CNG deal,” the company says.

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Source: Love’s Trillium CNG with Fleets & Fuels follow-up

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