Nova delivers 9 buses to Halifax Metro

Posted on May 17, 2012

Halifax Regional Municipality’s Metro Transit took delivery of nine clean-diesel Nova LFS buses. The order also includes options on additional vehicles.

Metro Transit is expanding its MetroX commuter service and sought to purchase buses with strong curb appeal. Advanced design features include flush-mounted windows, all LED lighting options and branded bus wraps.

The order comes after the successful delivery in 2010 of 25 LFS Artic articulated buses to Metro Transit, who appreciated the accompanying level of service and support. Another key element in choosing to pursue their partnership with Nova Bus was the high degree of commonality between the 40-foot Nova LFS and the LFS Artic, since it translates into effective maintenance, streamlined training and simplified parts management, providing quality performance and productivity.

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