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Alternative fuel bus marks new transit era

January 1, 2013

Those who depend on bus transit to get around Williamsport and Lycoming County can now ride on a bus that is powered by compressed natural gas....

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Jan-01-13 5:53 AM

I'm glad to see that we as a city are finally there. City's like San Diego have had "natural gas" powered public transportation for over a decade.

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Jan-01-13 7:26 AM

I'm happy to see this bus in service. A smaller one would be nice for routes with less passengers. Get rid of those dirty old diesels! I'm sure there will be the usual nay-sayers...but this is a GOOD thing...

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Jan-01-13 1:13 PM

They're in use in little old State College...

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Jan-01-13 2:30 PM

I would hope that our government would push auto makers to make CNG cars, and develop infrastructure to deliver it. Wait, what's that?

Obama is a terrorist! Gay people are getting married! Save the babies!

That's right, I forgot. We are stupid. Never mind.

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Jan-02-13 6:31 AM

I agree on the idea of the natural gas cars, I disagree with everything else you said Pishaw. As far as the buses, yes, this is long overdue, I'm glad to see there is some good coming out of this 'gas line' ordeal, assuming it had anything to do with it. It's great not only for the economy to make this conversion but for the environment.

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