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NYCT orders 108 Xcelsior 60-foot New Flyer buses

Posted on April 10, 2018

NYCT's order adds 216 equivalent units to New Flyers firm order backlog.
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NYCT's order adds 216 equivalent units to New Flyers firm order backlog.
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New York City Transit (NYCT) awarded New Flyer with another order for 108 Xcelsior® clean diesel 60-foot, heavy-duty transit buses. The order adds 216 equivalent units to New Flyers firm order backlog.

“We are proud to continue to support the expansion of New York City’s transit bus fleet,” said Wayne Joseph, president of New Flyer of America. “As the demand for bus transit in New York City becomes greater over the coming year, New Flyer will be there to support NYCT with reliable, innovative, and safe transportation for the citizens of New York.”

NYCT and the MTA Bus Co. comprise the largest transit agency in North America. NYCT serves an estimated 8.5 million citizens, and supports more than 60 million visitors annually.

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