Clean Cities/MotorWeek Episode
Airing date: April 2, 2011 Channel: PBS and Discovery
This week’s Clean Cities Success Story features James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The campus fleet includes a variety of alternative fuel and advanced vehicles that run on biodiesel, hybrid power, electricity, and propane. As an added bonus, the university offers hands-on experience for students interested in learning about and building clean-fuel vehicles.
Produced by Maryland Public Television’s MotorWeek program, this short segment will air on PBS stations nationwide starting April 2, 2011 (in the regular weekly MotorWeek timeslot on your local PBS station). MotorWeek is also available on Discovery HD Theater.
For show times in your area, check the MotorWeek and Discovery Channel Web sites. While many local PBS affiliates are still broadcasting in standard definition, viewers with newer widescreen televisions can watch the episode in 16:9 hi-definition on Discovery HD Theater.
Previous segments in the series including Gloucester and Colonial Williamsburg success stories are now available on the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC) Web site or the Virginia Clean Cities YouTube Chanel.