San Antonio Independent School District plans to replace 19 diesel school buses with the funds from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
Chris Llewellyn, divisional maintenance manager for Pacific Western Transportation, discusses how the company has seen lowered fuel costs and reduced emissions from running the largest propane-powered fleet in Canada, as well as minimal technician shortage.
Customized fueling stations, fuel removal systems, and scheduled EV charging are some of the latest alt-fueling options dedicated to enhancing the efficiency and productivity of pupil transportation.
Whether your buses run on propane, CNG, biodiesel, or electricity, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Station Locator can help find the appropriate fueling station.
The Propane Education and Research Council’s Volkswagen Trust Resource Center provides information on propane school buses and includes a state-by-state map with details on how to apply for Volkswagen settlement funds.
The transportation company teams up with Spokane Public Schools to roll out new propane-powered school buses that will be used to service the district’s special-needs bus routes.
The Propane Education and Research Council’s Propane Autogas Roadmap is designed to showcase fleets in a variety of markets nationwide that use the alternative fuel.
The school bus manufacturer shows its Blue Bird Vision Propane bus at the Atlanta Science Festival to educate students about the bus's technology.
The Propane Education and Research Council’s new website contains information about propane in a variety of forms, including videos, customer case studies, emissions data, and fact sheets.
Bethel School District’s new Blue Bird Vision Propane buses are expected to produce nitrogen oxide emissions at 0.02 NOx.
A growing demand for propane buses in recent years has sparked an influx of training programs for maintenance technicians. Here, industry experts share top tips and best practices for maintaining propane school buses.
The San Antonio Independent School District receives an award from the city for its Clean Green Yellow School Bus Machines program.
Fulton County (Ga.) School System will replace 85 of its diesel-powered school buses with new propane buses.