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Home > Specialists propose use of natural gas for public transportation in Tijuana

 

Specialists propose use of natural gas for public transportation in Tijuana


July 30, 2013. The director of the Center for Innovation and Environmental Management (CIGA), Jose Carmelo Zavala, said officials from the Mexican city of Tijuana should bet more to compressed natural gas (CNG) as fuel for public transport, as this sector represents the 20% of the vehicle fleet and causes 80% of the polluting emissions.
   According to the specialist, CNG produces 70% less emissions and is 40% cheaper than diesel. Therefore, he proposed that natural gas could be the solution to improving air quality, since with the modernization of public transport could be use a better fuel.
   He also warned that there is still no station to compress and fill CNG for automotive use, but such station is profitable with a fleet of 30-50 urban trucks, and clarified that should take the example of the city of San Diego, California.
   Zavala said that with better air quality would be less respiratory disease, which is possible as long as the different sectors convened by lawful and conciliatory leadership, which comes backed by articulated, harmonized, aligned and congruent public policy.

 

July 30, 2013. The director of the Center for Innovation and Environmental Management (CIGA), Jose Carmelo Zavala, said officials from the Mexican city of Tijuana should bet more to compressed natural gas (CNG) as fuel for public transport, as this sector represents the 20% of the vehicle fleet and causes 80% of the polluting emissions.

   According to the specialist, CNG produces 70% less emissions and is 40% cheaper than diesel. Therefore, he proposed that natural gas could be the solution to improving air quality, since with the modernization of public transport could be use a better fuel.

   He also warned that there is still no station to compress and fill CNG for automotive use, but such station is profitable with a fleet of 30-50 urban trucks, and clarified that should take the example of the city of San Diego, California.

   Zavala said that with better air quality would be less respiratory disease, which is possible as long as the different sectors convened by lawful and conciliatory leadership, which comes backed by articulated, harmonized, aligned and congruent public policy.

 

 

(Quoted from:http://www.gnvmagazine.com/noticia-especialistas_proponen_uso_de_gas_natural_para_el_transporte_publico_en_tijuana-3192)