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  • Omnitrans Completes Transition to CNG

    Omnitrans, the public transit agency serving the San Bernardino Valley, California, is completing its transition to a 100% alternative-fuelled fleet.

    http://www.ngvglobal.com/california-...on-to-cng-0804

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    Re: Omnitrans Completes Transition to CNG

    It is about time. They have been at it for about 8 to 10 years. They do have a nice LNG to CNG fueling set-up. There is good story about how they got into the LCNG system. They have a great bunch of people there.

    Larrycng

    ps, I wounder if they kept the hybrids?

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      Re: Omnitrans Completes Transition to CNG

      Honestly, I think they did their transition right. They set up a great fueling infrastructure for them, and then slowly replaced the aging busses with the newer ones, instead of going out and dropping a massive load of cash replacing/converting perfectly good busses.
      1997 Factory Crown Victoria w/ extended tanks ~~ Clunkerized!
      2000 Bi-Fuel Expedition --> ~~ Sold ~~ <--

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      • #4
        Re: Omnitrans Completes Transition to CNG

        Omnitrans is a bigger property than Sunline. Sunline parked their diesel buses on Friday and rolled out 40 new CNG buses on Monday morning.

        I really like what Omintrans did with the LCNG. It will cost a bit more, but the quality of the fuel is higher and more consistant. It also reduced a lot of the drivability problems they were having.

        Of course at Sunline you can get CNG, HCNG, H2, and LNG

        Larrycng

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