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To meet the growing demand for CNG, the Lincoln Airport has increased the fill rate and storage capacity by 200%. This new upgrade provides significantly faster fill rates, and improved reliability for motorists.
Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) now available for vehicles in Lincoln
It costs less than gasoline, creates up to 90% fewer smog-producing pollutants and perhaps, best of all, it’s now available to the public at Lincoln’s first CNG fueling station.
The Lincoln Airport operates a fleet of CNG-fueled vehicles, having a safe, secure fill station on site makes perfect sense. And, its proximity to I-80 also makes the station convenient for public use. These factors helped the Airport Authority secure a Metropolitan Energy Center grant to help defray construction costs.
Easy to Find
The Lincoln Airport Authority CNG station is conveniently located at 3520 NW 36th St. in LNK Enterprise Park (formerly Air Park).
From I-80 – Exit 48th St. north to West Mathis St. Turn east (right) on W. Mathis to NW 36th. Turn north (left) one block to the station at 3520 NW 36th St.
From Hwy 34 – Take NW 48th St. south to West Mathis St. Turn east (left) on W. Mathis to NW 36th St. Turn north (left) one block to the station at 3520 NW 36th St.
The station is open 24/7 and accepts Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover.® As with all fuels, prices will vary.
Currently, the cost is $1.99 per gasoline gallon equivalent (GGE) at 3600 psi. This provides consumers nearly 20% more fuel (mass) than 3000 psi fuel.
Discover the Benefits of CNG
Visit fueleconomy.gov to learn more about this abundant, clean-burning, domestically produced fuel.
Call 402.485.2480 with any questions about the LNK Enterprise Park station.