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The Ford Transit has a front engine, rear-drive layout and will offer two wheelbases, three body heights and three body lengths. This is the high-roof model.

The 2014 Ford Transit Van

The upcoming full-size Transit van will be offered with two gasoline V-6 engines and an inline 5-cylinder diesel.

The full-size Transit will gradually replace the popular and long-running E-series when the new-to-North America Euro-style van goes into production at Ford's refitted Kansas City, Mo., plant late in 2013.

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Waste Management has been a pioneer in the use of natural gas, already operating more than 1,400 compressed natural gas vehicles. CNG makes a lot of sense for municipal refuse fleets. The quieter engines and cleaner emissions are welcome in residential areas. WM even has “trash to gas” facilities, where landfill methane can be turned into natural gas fuel for the vehicles. This year, natural gas vehicles represent 80 percent of annual new truck purchases and will for the next five years. WM is also building natural gas fueling stations. It currently has 31 with another 17 either in operation or under construction by the end of 2012.

Fleets Using Natural Gas

A growing number of fleets are testing or making large-scale deployments of natural gas powered vehicles.

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