The city of Oklahoma City has opened its first public CNG fuelingstation as it continues to remake its fleet. Two CNG pumps — onefor buses and another for cars and trucks — are open to the publicat the city’s solid waste management facility at 11501 N Portland.The $2.8 million facility also boasts 58 more CNG hoses behind thefence, allowing the solid waste department to fuel its growing fleet oftrash trucks without having to wait in line at a public fueling station.The department has 23 CNG trash trucks, with about a dozen moreon order. The city of Tulsa opened its first CNG fueling station inSeptember 2012. Tulsa’s fleet also includes more than 41 CNGvehicles and about 100 hybrids out of a total fleet of nearly 2,500,according to reports.