SuperShuttle’s service spans across 50+ cities in the United States and we try our best to make sure our vehicles are environmentally friendly. This effort begins with the ability to use propane to power our vehicles and provide riders with a shared-ride service option.
Our shared-ride service lets more passengers on one vehicle heading in the same direction, resulting in fewer vehicles on the road and a reduction in air pollution. In most cities, our SuperShuttle vehicles use propane as an alternative to gas, as it reduces the amount of emissions in the air and provides our shuttles with a better alternative fuel.
SuperShuttle gets most of its alternative fuel from Alliance Autogas. What is Alliance Autogas? They provide American fleets the ability to transition from gasoline to autogas, which is becoming a more popular option.
SuperShuttle Northern Colorado–Fort Collins
Alliance Autogas is launching a 5500-mile journey across the U.S. starting in Kansas City and working its way up to Seattle, all while using the famous propane autogas. Along the way, they will be stopping in Fort Collins, Colorado to meet up with our SuperShuttle team on Tuesday May 3rd!
“The cross country trip in Alliance Autogas’ Ford F150 will be a great opportunity to demonstrate why propane Autogas is the world’s #1 alternative fuel,” said Stuart Weidie, President of Alliance Autogas. “We hope to educate citizens across the country on the extended range of autogas vehicles as well as the benefits of real costs savings and emissions reductions.”
Why does SuperShuttle fall on the list of stops? Because our SuperShuttle team in Northern Colorado is very active in using autogas and is committed to the ongoing education on the benefits of using propane. Do you live in or near Northern Colorado? Buckle up and take a ride to Fort Collins to learn more about the wonderful benefits of propane.