At the start of 2017, U.S. school districts were operating more than 12,000 propane buses, according to figures from the Propane Education & Research Council.
Coverage of the PSI propane and gasoline engines expands to five years, unlimited miles — up from 100,000 miles.
The state acquires 26 Blue Bird propane buses as part of its efforts to update its aging fleet.
The statewide program offers $10 million for purchasing school buses powered by electricity, renewable diesel, natural gas, or propane.
At the Product Immersion Tour stop, transportation officials check out the latest offerings from Blue Bird, Micro Bird, and their component suppliers.
Alliance AutoGas aligns with Donaldson Co. on a line of LPG filters designed to remove potentially harmful particulate matter and heavy ends from propane systems.
Waterford School District introduces 10 new Blue Bird Vision Propane buses into its fleet. The district joins nearly 30 others in the state that run the propane-powered buses.
The Propane Education & Research Council adds to its online "Straight Talk" series a video that showcases Northside Independent School District in San Antonio.
KIPP: Jacksonville Schools’ 14 Blue Bird Vision Propane buses make up the first completely propane-fueled school bus fleet for a U.S. charter school, Blue Bird and ROUSH CleanTech say.
Hillsborough County Public Schools can now fuel its growing fleet of propane school buses at its own facility.
The latest offerings for the CE and RE school buses include over-the-air programming, a semi-automated inspection tool, and newly designed windows.
Orland School District contracts with Cook-Illinois Corp. to transport the district’s students on propane buses.
The Autogas Evacuation Pump system is designed to remove propane from tanks in 1.5 hours.