Calgary Transit’s new facility will consist of a private fast-fill compressed natural gas fuelling station for over 400 CNG transit buses, 36 maintenance bays and two steam bays.
"Our Government is proud to see cities like Calgary adopting a modern and innovative approach to infrastructure development. The Stoney Compressed Natural Gas Bus Maintenance Facility is a forward-thinking project that will provide long-term value for Calgarians."
Devinder Shory, Member of Parliament for Calgary Northeast
With their projected growth from 1,000 buses to 2,000 over the next 30 years, Calgary Transit wanted to incorporate CNG vehicles into their existing fleet on the basis of operational cost savings and environmental benefits.