Colonial Airport Parking News
Colonial Airport Parking VP Awarded Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation (EP-ACT) Board Seat
Colonial Airport Parking operates a fleet of ten shuttle buses that are fueled by liquid propane gas (LPG or Autogas), a clean energy source that reduces carbon dioxide emissions. Colonial began the conversion of their fleet of shuttle buses in 2015 and continued until they were 100% propane dedicated in May 2019.
John Groden, Vice President of Colonial Airport Parking led the conversion to propane gas. Groden’s actions align with the Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation’s (EP-ACT’s) mission to reduction petroleum consumption, promote alternative fuel, vehicles and technologies within the transportation sector. Groden has been selected to serve on the EP-ACT Board of Directors.
“I am honored to have been selected to serve on EP-ACT’s Board” says John Groden, Vice President of Colonial Airport Parking. “It is a wonderful organization and I look forward to continuing EP-ACT’s mission towards a greener future and raising awareness of fuel options to displace the dependency on fossil fuels. This is a cause I truly believe in.”
EP-ACT has secured over $140,000 through the Alternative Fuel Incentive Grant funded by the PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for Colonial Airport Parking’s alternative fuel initiative since 2015.