Time Transport has been a Wisconsin Clean Cities member since 2011. Lisa Morris, Time Transport’s HR & Safety Director, has served on the Wisconsin Clean Cities Auxiliary Board since 2014.
The family business, originally established in 1997 has been in its new facility on 20 acres in Racine County since 2012. More than 90 percent of the company’s fleet is now powered by compressed natural gas. Of its 68 units, 61 are compressed natural gas-powered. Time Transport continues to work toward 100% compressed natural gas.
Time Transport was able to make its first 15 CNG purchases with the help of several grants made possible through Leonardo Academy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Wisconsin State Energy Office. Wisconsin Clean Cities (WCC) gave visibility to these opportunities and for that, Time Transport is so appreciative. Through WCC, Time Transport was awarded another grant in 2013 and became a part of the U.S. EPA’s SmartWay Program.