The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is buying hundreds of new natural gas buses and shifting to RNG as the most cost-effective way to continue driving down emissions on all of its routes.
The Coalition is tracking the following bills and others that affect alternative fuels and vehicles throughout the legislative session. July 14 is the last day for policy committees to refer fiscal bills to fiscal committees; July 21 is the last day for policy committees to hear and report bills. The Legislature then adjourns for summer recess, reconvening on Aug. 21.
California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition Applauds Los Angeles MTA’s Vote to Purchase Buses Powered by Renewable Natural Gas
The California Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition, SoCalGas and Clean Energy issued the following statement in response to today’s vote by the Los Angeles MTA board of directors to purchase several hundred natural gas buses: “Today’s vote by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Board of Directors authorizing the purchase of nearly 300 natural gas […]
Only two of the seven bills the Coalition supported in this legislative session have passed out of their originating house, but the NGV industry nonetheless made progress on its long-term agenda of advancing clean transportation in California.
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