- Associated Press - Tuesday, December 9, 2014

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Automotive TV program MotorWeek is featuring West Virginia’s Interstate 79 compressed natural gas corridor in an upcoming episode.

The West Virginia Department of Commerce says the show is set to film in Bridgeport on Tuesday.

The crew will be filming at one of three compressed natural gas stations operated by IGS Energy/CNG Services. Two other stations are located in Charleston and Jane Lew.

Officials say the stations service the growing number of West Virginia businesses and residents who are converting to natural gas vehicles as a way to save money and use a clean fuel.

MotorWeek airs on PBS.

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