BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — It was an exciting day Tuesday as crews from the popular television show “MotorWeek” came to Bridgeport to film an episode featuring the I-79 compressed natural gas (CNG) corridor.
Crews gathered at at the CNG fueling station in Bridgeport, which is one of three stations around the state. The two other stations are located in Charleston and Jane Lew. All three stations are owned and operated by IGS Energy.
Courtney Sisk Johnson, public information specialist for the West Virginia Division of Energy, said she was thrilled to have “MotorWeek” in town.
“It’s definitely something that doesn’t happen every day, to have a national TV show promote something in the state. It’s exciting to have them here,” said Sisk Johnson.
Any vehicle that runs on compressed gas can stop at one of the three locations around the state. Sisk Johnson said that someone could travel from Pittsburgh to Charleston on compressed natural gas because of these three stations.
The station in Bridgeport was the first one that opened in the state back in September of 2013…