SuperShuttle adds to CNG fleet

9 July 2014

SuperShuttle said it has added 23 new compressed natural gas eight-passenger vans to its Southern California fleet, furthering its commitment to being the most environmentally sound way to get to and from the airport.

The Clean Transportation Funding from The Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee provided USD225,000 in funding to assist SuperShuttle in converting 23 of its existing vans to run on CNG through the MSRC´s Near-Zero Emission Medium- and Medium-Heavy Duty Incentives Program. The program provides funding to purchase the lowest-emitting engine technologies commercially available.

SuperShuttle International, based in Phoenix, is a division of Veolia Transportation On Demand. It serves over 40 airports.

Veolia Transportation is the provider of passenger ground transportation services on the North American continent, operating bus, rail, taxi, shuttle and para-transit systems in over 120 locations in the US and Canada.

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