Our success story this week takes us to Boston, Massachusetts where propane buses are making the grade!

A new shipment just arrived for the Boston public schools-department of transportation, which means over 20 percent of the district’s fleet is now powered by propane.

With this clean-burning fuel source, the propane fleet emits 132,000 fewer pounds of nitrogen oxide and 5,400 fewer pounds of particulate matter each year, when compared to the diesel buses they replaced.

PETER CROSSAN: “and of course, we’ve eliminated the particulate problem and greenhouse gases and made a big contribution. A contribution as large as taking 30 diesel buses off the road entirely.”

Working with Massachusetts clean cities, the 10 year plan is to have the Beantown school district’s entire fleet graduate to the green power of propane!

For more information, please visit the Clean Cities website. You can also view recent segments by clicking here.