Topic : Freedman Seating

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Palermo seat

Security and Safety | August 11, 2017

Freedman GO-ES Seat

Security and Safety | August 11, 2017

SplitFlip or Foldaway variations can accommodate varying combinations for added aisle space, strollers, shopping carts, and more.

Security and Safety | April 13, 2017

Passenger Seating Options Maximize Safety and Convenience

A ruling by NHTSA now requires three-point seatbelts on certain vehicle classifications, while less traditional transit layouts more easily accommodate passenger’s needs and power outlets allow them to charge their devices while en-route.

Management & Operations| February 29, 2016

Key Passenger Seating Options That Appeal to All ‘Customers’

Whether it’s a comfortable commute, outlets and USB ports, priority seating or ease of maintenance, new product options fit the bill.

Bus| March 19, 2015

4ONE wins multiple bus seating orders

Agencies ordering the company's products, which are now in at least half of all new U.S. and Canadian transit buses, include L.A. Metro, Chicago Transit Authority and New York City Transit.

Accessibility| January 15, 2015

Go-ES seat

The Freedman Go-ES Seat is designed for flexibility to accommodate growing passenger needs. Designed for easy customization, the Go-ES Seat is shipped “option ready,” giving you the flexibility to quickly add accessories in the field.

Bus| January 7, 2015

Esquire seat

Giving its engineers two priorities — safety and comfort — resulted in the Esquire seat. Features include height-adjustable three-point shoulder belts, Knee Saver backrests for increased hip-to-knee room and contoured head rests.

Bus| January 5, 2015

Upholstery-Free Seating Options Pave the Way In Transit

Features transit agencies should be focusing on when shopping for seats include comfort and style, ease of use and maintenance, as well as ergonomic design.

Bus| January 14, 2014

Transit Trending Toward Maintenance-Free Seating Options

Other trends include varied fabric options, space-saving flip seats for improved accessibility and robust plastic models for ease of cleaning.
Bus| April 30, 2013

Nova receives $148M Chicago order

Delivery of the 40-foot vehicles is expected to begin in early 2014. As part of Chicago Transit Authority's bus modernization plan, the new LFS Smart Bus will replace older models of Nova LFS the agency has had in service for 14 years.

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