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CT Transit to add 35 Nova LFS Artic buses

Posted on January 14, 2010

[IMAGE]CTTransit-full.jpg[/IMAGE]Connecticut Transit (CT Transit) selected Nova Bus to provide 35 LFS Artic buses, with options on an additional 35 articulated vehicles over a four-year period.

CT Transit, whose divisions serve seven metropolitan areas throughout the state of Connecticut, including Hartford, New Haven and Stamford, selected a mix of clean-diesel and hybrid drives for its articulated vehicles, with deliveries starting in late 2010.

Valued at approximately $60 million, the order will be assembled at Nova Bus' Plattsburgh, N.Y., plant.

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