Almost six months have passed since a natural gas fuel station was opened on the premises of the metropolitan government complex in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Ward as part of a public campaign to reduce vehicle exhaust pollution in the capital.
Thanks to its central location and media attention, the station has seen a growing number of vehicles visiting the facility, from 337 in April to 916 in August.
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