CNG Grand Opening
Dec 5, 2012Public
Photo: Medford City Council Member Al Densmore next to a CNG bus, one of 15 in the RVTD fleet.
Photo: Oregon's Congressional delegates were represented by Amy Amhrein, field representative for Sen. Merkley, Troy Fergson, field representative for Rep. Walden, and Molly McCarthy Skundrick, field representative for Sen. Wyden.
Photo: RVTD General Manager Julie Brown and Avista's Kris Ransom, manager of compressed natural gas services, worked together to bring about the new CNG station, which is open to the public.
Photo: Ashland City Council Member David Chapman would like to see a CNG fueling station in Ashland someday soon.
Photo: Phoenix City Manager Eli Naffah watched the fueling demonstration for the Crater Lake Trolley.
Photo: Medford City Manager Eric Swanson and Bill Hoke, deputy city manager, join driver Randy Schock for the City of Medford's CNG street sweeper, the first in the region.
Photo: Troy Ferguson brought a commendation from Congressman Walden to RVTD General Manager Julie Brown.
Photo: Troy Ferguson of Congressman Walden's office, Wendel Smith of Rogue Disposal and Recycling and Bill Maentz of FiveOClock Marketing admire one of the first CNG waste trucks in Oregon.
Photo: Jim Flippo of DSU Peterbilt and Mike James, fleet manager for Jackson County, worked to make the county's new Chevy cargo van more efficient by repositioning the CNG tank.
Photo: Lithia Honda brought this CNG Civic priced at $25,000 and includes $2,000 worth of CNG.
Photo: The CNG grand opening of Oregon's largest CNG fueling station was a big success.
Photo: RVTD General Manager Julie Brown works with Alison Wiley, regional transit coordinator for Oregon Department of Transportation.
Photo: Kris Ransom, Manager of Compressed Natural Gas Services for Avista Utilities, with Troy Ferguson (Congressman Walden's office) and Julie Brown, RVTD General Manager.
Photo: Marsha McCabe, chief of interpretation and cultural resources, said 20,000 visitors so far rode the CNG-powered trolleys operated by Crater Lake Trolley company in Klamath Falls.
Photo: Talent Mayor Bill Cecil would like to see a CNG fueling station on the south end of the Rogue Valley.
Photo: Mike Bowman and Nathan Broom are part of the RVTD team committed to a cleaner-burning, domestic fuel.
Photo: Molly McCarthy Skundrick, field representative to US Senator Ron Wyden, and Amy Amhrein, field representative for US Senator Jeff Merkley, with Dan Kirschner, executive director of the Northwest Gas Association.
Photo: The newest CNG vehicle in the City of Medford fleet.
Photo: Rogue Valley Sewer Servivces has a CNG Ford F350 in its utility fleet.
Photo: Rogue Disposal and Recycling's CNG commercial waste truck runs 103 miles on a fill.
Photo: Steve Johnson of The Dove TV interviews Dan Kirschner of Northwest Gas Association.
Photo: Troy Ferguson of Congressman Walden's office.
Photo: Medford City Council Member Al Densmore surveys a Honda Civic at the vehicle show.
Photo: RVTD General Manager Julie Brown gave a sparkling cider toast to the new CNG station.