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Midwest Bus remanufactures 4 Iowa buses for I-74 shuttle route

Bus| November 27, 2018

The new shuttle will operate two different routes, bringing the total number of routes operated by CitiBus to 12.

RideKC introduces 38 new Gillig buses

Bus| August 27, 2018

The 38 new buses include 18 29-foot buses and 20 40-foot buses.

Bus| May 24, 2018

2018 APTA Bus & Paratransit Vehicle Showcase

A look at some of the vehicles on display at APTA's Bus & Paratransit Conference, which was held in Tampa, Fla. in May.

Bus| March 28, 2018

Big Blue Bus upgrades fleet for sustainability and safety

The upgrades are part of a move to replace 50 New Flyer buses and commission 50 Gillig buses.

Management & Operations| March 19, 2018

Q&A with Lextran GM Carrie Butler

METRO Magazine’s Managing Editor Alex Roman spoke to Butler about Lextran’s day-to-day challenges, its alternative-fuels program, and how the lack of federal funding could impact the agency and the community it serves.

Bus| February 27, 2018

Calif.'s LAVTA launches 18 new Gillig buses into service

The buses still carry the familiar red, white, and blue Wheels colors, but the design has been modernized and the look and logo are now complementary to the design of LAVTA’s Rapid buses.

Sustainability| February 20, 2018

Ga. agency adding 12 Gillig hybrid-electric buses

Purchased with a combination of local, state, and federal funds for $8.4 million, the new Athens-Clarke County Transit buses will replace 12 older buses that have exceeded their useful lifespan and are experiencing increased operating and maintenance costs.

Management & Operations| November 28, 2017

TriMet Ready to Make Rider Enhancements a Reality

The agency will use funds from a new statewide employee payroll tax to support two key priorities: a low-income fare program and bus service expansion.

Sustainability| October 9, 2017

Cummins, GILLIG announce electrified power partnership

The technical collaboration work focuses on integrating and optimizing new battery-electric technology from Cummins that will soon power GILLIG zero-emissions transit buses.

Management & Operations| June 5, 2017

Gillig launches new 600K-square-foot facility in Livermore, Calif.

The move from nearby Hayward, Calif., took three years of meticulous planning and was completed losing less than two days of production, with each employee receiving an individualized move plan.

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