City builds natural-gas station

Jay Valentine and Tim Barker with the city of Grand Junction examine pipe at the site of a new compressed natural-gas station to be built west of the city shops. It will have access to Riverside Parkway.



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Jay Valentine and Tim Barker with the city of Grand Junction examine pipe at the site of a new compressed natural-gas station to be built west of the city shops. It will have access to Riverside Parkway.

In the realm of alternative fuels for transportation, it’s the old chicken-and-the egg conundrum of which should come first: investing in fueling infrastructure or buying the vehicles…




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