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SCHOOL BUSES THE PROVEN SOLUTION


BLUE BIRD PROPANE


THE TOTAL PACKAGE School buses fueled by propane autogas are the total package in near-zero emissions student transportation. Blue Bird propane school buses equipped with ROUSH CleanTech fuel systems are delivering results to more than 1,000 school districts across North America.


CLEANER ROUSH CleanTech’s propane engine for Blue Bird buses is certified to the ultra-low NOx level 0.02g. It is 90 percent cleaner than the strictest federal emissions standard.


SAFE Propane autogas doesn’t emit strong-smelling fumes, allowing for a more pleasant ride for both passengers and drivers. Plus, propane buses operate 50 percent more quietly, increasing safety and decreasing driver fatigue.


ECONOMICAL Each Blue Bird school bus equipped with a ROUSH CleanTech propane engine can save districts up to $4,000 per year in fuel and service costs compared with diesel.


REACHING NEW LOWS DIESEL = HIGHER NOx


Nitrogen oxide emissions are 15 to 19 times higher for a diesel school bus on city and highway roads when compared with a propane bus.


PROPANE = LOWER NOx


On stop-and-go routes, propane school bus produces 96 percent fewer nitrogen and 13 percent fewer carbon dioxide emissions than the diesel school bus.*


*2019 study for West Virginia University’s Center of Alternative Fuels, Engines, and Emissions.


800.59.ROUSH


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