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NJ TRANSIT awards New Flyer $65M contract for new artic buses

Bus| January 17, 2019

This purchase is a “one for one’’ replacement of NJ TRANSIT’s aging articulated bus fleet as it reaches the end of its expected service life.

New Flyer launches real-time smart analytics reporting platform

Technology| January 11, 2019

Connect 360™ analytics can be retrieved 24/7 via laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone device using the new CONNECT mobile app.

Motorcoach| January 11, 2019

UMA Expo focuses on future, innovation

Making the education of the incoming Congress on the issues facing the industry was also a major focus at this year's Expo held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Technology| January 10, 2019

New Flyer forms charging, mobility solutions arm

Will support mobility projects, focus on energy management optimization as well as infrastructure planning and development.

Bus| January 7, 2019

MBTA expands Boston’s electric hybrid footprint with New Flyer buses

Since 2002, New Flyer has delivered over 750 buses to MBTA, including diesel-electric hybrids and CNG buses.

Bus| December 24, 2018

MCI Accelerates Innovation to Meet Changing Market

The company is focused on staying ahead of demographic changes with various advances, such as streamlining production and zero-emission technology.

Technology| December 6, 2018

California operator orders 7 New Flyer battery-electric buses

Purchase will help VVTA toward agency goal of 100% electric public transit by 2040.

Bus| December 5, 2018

New Flyer to provide 10 60-foot buses for ABQ Ride

The city issued a recommendation of award for 60-foot, articulated, five-door clean diesel buses to New Flyer under a 2016 solicitation.

Management & Operations| November 30, 2018

New Flyer cuts ribbon on Alabama facility expansion

Adds an additional 76,000 square feet of space, bringing the total campus to nearly 400,000 square feet of manufacturing capacity. 

Bus| November 30, 2018

ARBOC's Spirit of Equess passes Altoona Testing

Currently available in diesel or compressed natural gas propulsions, the vehicle offers many of the capabilities of a heavy-duty bus, but retains all the benefits of a mid-level vehicle.

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