New CNG fueling stations will allow the company to increase current alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet by nearly 30%.
UPS, a founding member of Clean Cities’ National Clean Fleets Partnership, recently announced plans to build 15 new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations to support the purchase and deployment of 1,400 new CNG vehicles over the next year.
The company plans to deploy the new CNG vehicles in 15 cities across the country: Atlanta, Ga.; Charleston, W.Va.; Dallas, Texas; Denver, Colo.; Doraville, Ga.; Lenexa, Kan.; Lexington, Ky.; Montgomery, Ala.; New Orleans, La.; New Stanton, Pa.; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Port Allen, La.; Shreveport, La.; Richmond, Va., and Roanoke, Va. Of the new CNG