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Ryder’s natural gas fleet surpasses 20 million miles

Ryder System, Inc., a leader in commercial transportation and supply chain management solutions, reports that its fleet of over 500 natural gas vehicles has surpassed 20 million miles (32 million km). The fleet consists of liquefied natural gas and compressed natural gas tractors serving more than 40 customer operations in California, New York, Texas, Arizona, Michigan, Utah, Georgia, and Louisiana.

Since deploying its natural gas vehicle program in 2011, Ryder has replaced approximately 3.1 million gallons of diesel fuel with domestically produced natural gas and reduced emissions by more than 559,000 MTCO2e (metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent) emissions.

As an industry leader in natural gas vehicle solutions for the commercial transportation market, Ryder is able to leverage its knowledge of emerging fleet technologies and government rebates and tax incentive programs to help reduce natural gas vehicle costs for customers and offer more competitive lease and rental rates in those areas that offer incentives. Ryder actively monitors public and private incentive programs in 47 states and provinces throughout the US and Canada.

In addition to making natural gas vehicles available for rent or lease, Ryder’s “Flex-to-Green Lease” solution is designed to ease the transition to a greener fleet. Businesses that opt for Ryder’s Flex-to-Green Lease start out with a diesel-powered vehicle and then have the option to convert to a natural gas vehicle at any time following the first full year of the lease. Flex-to-Green customers enjoy all the maintenance and service benefits of a standard Ryder Full Service Lease, which includes substitute vehicles during unexpected downtime.

Ryder’s natural gas vehicle offering also includes a selection of light- and medium-duty compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles, the first of their kind in North America available for lease or rent. The CNG trucks range in gross vehicle weight from 16,000 to 33,000 pounds and are ideal for metro/city delivery applications.

In 2013, Ryder opened the first natural gas fueling stations in its North American network to serve both the general public and Ryder lease and rental customers. The Liquefied to Compressed Natural Gas (LCNG) stations, which are open to the general public, are located at two of Ryder’s maintenance and fueling facilities in Orange, California and Fontana, California—key facilities serving the Southern California region.



A regional solution.  I don't know how much truck traffic is local/regional vs. long-haul, and I don't know how to find out.


This is the nearest I can find, not too accessible:



I would guess that more fuel is burned in local/regional trucking than long haul but use of LNG in long haul trucking is coming. UPS uses some LNG trucks between LA and Salt Lake. I believe that most interstate routes will have enough LNG refueling stations available by 2016 so that it would be possible to long haul on most routes using LNG.

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