Oklahoma transportation department adds 160 compressed natural gas vehicles to state fleet

On November 26, 2012 by HCZimmerman

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Department of Transportation has added 160 compressed natural gas vehicles to the department’s statewide fleet, state officials announced Tuesday.

The department has four Honda Civics, which are ready for use by the agency, and 156 three-quarter ton Dodge Ram pickups, which the agency expects to receive in January and put into use immediately. The vehicles primarily will be used by field division offices across the state.

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