If you are in the Kansas City area, you may see one of two new buses on the streets. But it’s not just the buses that are new; it’s the buses’ fuel source as well. The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority recently introduced two natural gas-powered buses into its fleet, and has plans to eventually replace its entire fleet of 300 diesel-powered buses with the more environmentally friendly natural gas. To learn more, visit: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/07/10/4339213/natural-gas-transit-buses-make.html.
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