More CNG Stations to Open in Pennsylvania

More compressed natural gas stations are expected to open across the state.

PennDOT announced Monday that the Trillium CNG team, which includes Larson Design Group of Williamsport, will help with the design of CNG fueling stations at 29 public transit sites over the next five years.

Eventually, seven of those places -- including COLTS in Scranton -- will have public fueling.

When the project is completed, the fueling stations will supply gas to more than 1,600 CNG buses at transit agencies across the state.

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    • Dave

      If it was a republican President he would not have been admitted in the 1st place. Aside from your petty comment the driver assumed that the guy taking the video from the time they pulled in would take care of him..Obviously he must have. It was a cold eve ..Gimmie gimme givme… I know of many Veterans and have 1st hand knowledge on how they try and get 100% disability for taking a bullet in the buttocks. It’s free Money if you push it ..Now I will hear a lot of BS from others who think differently probably those who pushed it. I know 1st hand those who served and lost 2 legs and 1 arm and deserve any and everything we could afford to give them..I also Have a neighbor who was 60% and pushed it when he retired and is now 100% and making more money now than when he was working a well-paying job. The worst part about is they were gun toting republicans who voted against Obama and he is the one who made it better and easier for them to get the payout.. Give me a break and at least listen once in awhile as to who is on your side..

      • Dave

        Wrong story….hahahaha Still it applies… Obama was for the Nat Gas Act.. Your Republican Congressman and Senator were against the act.. Educate yourself as to who is screwing you and vote for what helps you not because you don’t like the Idea of a black man in a Whitehouse..

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