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New Flyer to supply 14 60-foot articulated buses to Brampton Transit

Posted on July 6, 2017

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Brampton Transit awarded New Flyer a contract for 14 (or 28 equivalent units) Xcelsior® clean diesel powered, 60-foot articulated heavy-duty buses.

“We are proud to support the expansion of Züm infrastructure in the city of Brampton,” stated Paul Smith, New Flyer executive VP, sales and marketing. “New Flyer is thrilled to continue being awarded with opportunities that build cities with safe and sustainable public transit solutions, namely in Canada’s fourth-fastest growing city.”

The vehicles will be delivered to Brampton Transit starting Q1 2018.

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