Rhode Island Opens New CNG Fueling Station.
According to officials, the station is expected to serve more than 100 state-owned vehicles and "several" Rhode Island Public Transit Authority buses that operate using the alternative fuel.
"With the opening of this facility, which will be able to fuel 150 vehicles per day, we will send a clear environmental message that clean air and fuel efficiency are vital to our economy and the health of our citizens," said Ocean State Clean Cities Coalition chairman John Migliaccio.
(PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: 12/17)
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|Date:||Dec 19, 2003|
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