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C-TRAN Testing B100 in Bus

6 February 2007

C-TRAN, the mass transit agency for Clark County, Washington, is testing the use of neat biodiesel (B100) in one of its buses.

C-TRAN is believed to be the only transit agency on the West coast to use B100 biodiesel in a fleet vehicle. C-TRAN will expand its operational biodiesel program to run its entire fleet on B5, a 5% biodiesel blend.

The agency also plans to replace several diesel buses with electric hybrid buses beginning in 2007.

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