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January 2014

Transit Trending Toward Maintenance-Free Seating Options

Other trends include varied fabric options, space-saving flip seats for improved accessibility and robust plastic models for ease of cleaning.

April 2013

Transit Seating Employs Economical Advances

Looking forward toward increased sustainability, manufacturers are focusing on preserving the lifespan of vehicle seats while reducing weight and adding features to increase flexibility and safety.

January 2012

Vehicle Seating Manufacturers Offer Flexible Design Options, Enhanced Construction

Whether it’s reducing seat weight or working with designers for new fabric options, seating manufacturers are finding ways to stand out, through the use of new materials and technologies.

April 2011

Seating Options Focus on Seat belts, Convenience and Compartmentalization

The latest upgrades focus on providing two-point and three-point seat belt updates, electronic amenity conveniences and improved passenger-safety designs.

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