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Bus crash kills 15 Canadian junior hockey players

Motorcoach| April 9, 2018

Police said it was too early to discuss the cause of the crash, and that an investigation was underway.

Girardin cease distribution of New Flyer products

Bus| March 2, 2018

New Flyer will continue to distribute Xcelsior buses in Quebec through direct sales.

Motorcoach| February 9, 2018

MCI appoints to Canada Western Region sales, support team

Chad Sadowy has been promoted to Canada Western Region VP of Sales, succeeding Guy Tessier, while Steve Kuhn replaces Sadowy as Technical Solution Manager.

Security and Safety | December 29, 2017

Canadian Transport Minister calls for audio, video recorders on trains

Marc Garneau wants to see the video recorders put on locomotives running in Canada and he's also open to adding them to airplanes as well.

Sustainability| November 29, 2017

GreenPower recieves purchase order for 2 all-electric double-deck coaches

The purchase order follows a successful pilot project between GreenPower, CVS Tours, and the Greater Victoria Harbor Authority, in which GreenPower deployed its first all-electric double decker bus on the basis of a one-year lease.

Motorcoach| October 23, 2017

N.B.-based tour and charter co. takes delivery of 1st new MCI J4500

The Sussex, N.B.-based Optimum Ride began with a single MCI 1972 MC-5B purchased in 2000. Today, the company’s operations serve the growing tourist destinations in the Canadian Maritimes.

Technology| September 21, 2017

Winnipeg Transit exploring Wi-Fi on buses

If approved, the pilot project would provide free Wi-Fi to transit passengers on up to 12 buses, on various routes, throughout the 2018 calendar year.

Bus| August 17, 2017

New Flyer to supply 180 buses for Edmonton Transit, Winnipeg Transit

Edmonton's replacement of aging fleet vehicles with more efficient, air-conditioned models supports an ETS goal of transforming the transit experience.

Management & Operations| August 14, 2017

Canadian officials pleased with Uber as public transit partnership

According to a memo shared with Motherboard, the city spent around $26,500 subsidizing roughly 4,800 rides in May and June. The start-up cost for a single bus line, by comparison, was estimated to be upwards of $200,000.

Rail| July 25, 2017

Canadian infrastructure bank possible financing option for U.S.-Canada high-speed line

The Trudeau government’s soon-to-be-launched, $35-billion infrastructure bank will seek to use public funds as leverage to attract billions more in private investment for major infrastructure projects, such as bridges, transit systems, and rail lines.

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