Vehicles for every route.

Off- and on-road, marine, rail and more are running on natural gas

Never before have there been so many natural gas products and services available

Never before have there been so many natural gas products and services available

There are more than 135,000 NGVs on U.S. roads today and more than 23 million worldwide.

There are nearly 1,600 public CNG/LNG stations in the U.S. and Canada. More and more are dispensing 100% RNG.

In the U.S. and Canada, about 50 different manufacturers produce 100 models of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty NGVs and engines.



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Heavy-duty, high mileage fleets consume enough fuel for owners and operators to see a pay back in as little as 18–24 months.


Fleets across the country are switching to NGVs


Over the Road

These heavy-duty high-mileage trucks consume a lot of fuel and benefit from the lower cost of natural gas.



Transit agencies across the country are moving to NGVs, in fact, over 14,000 natural gas buses are on the road today.



Over 17,000 natural gas refuse trucks operate across the country and about 60% of new trucks on order are NGVs.



More than 150 U.S. school districts operate 5,500 natural gas powered vehicles in their fleets to transport students



Air-side NGVs include runway street sweepers, baggage tows, dump and plow trucks, grounds keeping tractors, food service vans, security and parking enforcement cars, and other airport staff vehicles. Curb-side applications include airport-owned and privately operated parking, hotel and rental car shuttles, door-to-door shuttles, and taxicabs.

Denver International Airport: With 95 natural gas vehicles operating under the airport's directive consuming over 770,000 gasoline gallon equivalents annually, Denver International Airport is an NGV industry leader in the airport transport sector. DIA is the largest airport in North America by land area and second largest in the world, so its sizable transit bus fleet is instrumental to passenger transport and a properly functioning operation. The enormous airport boasts five private CNG stations on property plus a nearby public station located at the rental car center. Investments in fueling infrastructure currently underway will allow third party shuttle companies and air freight operators to explore and expand their own fleets of natural gas vehicles. DIA is committed to soon fueling its entire natural gas vehicle fleet with RNG while exploring opportunities to encourage other operators serving the airport to do the same.


Powerful NGVs are found by land, sea or rail

Off-road, marine, and railroad are three demanding high horsepower segments leveraging the benefits of natural gas to significantly reduce fuel costs.

Off-road, marine, and railroad are three demanding segments leveraging the benefits of natural gas.



Natural Gas is not just for heavy-duty vehicles

In the light- and medium-duty sectors, there are multiple applications well suited for natural gas, especially for commercial utility, service, delivery, and work fleets.

Natural gas is an excellent choice for utility, service, delivery, and work fleets with an array of pickup truck, van, sport utility and small box truck options that provide needed power, performance, cargo space, and range required by commercial customers… all while achieving cost-effective emission reduction goals. A variety of CARB- and EPA-certified products exist through a number of certified outfitters and their OEM partners.

Consumers interested in purchasing a light- or medium-duty natural gas vehicle should be sure they are ordering a vehicle and equipment that comply with the U.S. EPA’s and California Air Resources Board’s emissions certification requirements and that the fuel system and cylinders comply with U.S. Department of Transportation safety requirements. Several Transport Project members offer seamless, eco-friendly work truck and commercial vehicle purchasing experiences alongside their OEM partners.



A wide array of Natural Gas Vehicle options are commercially available