Topic : New Flyer of America

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New Flyer 60-foot electric bus passes Altoona testing

Bus| November 16, 2018

U.S. transit agencies can now use FTA funding in support of their purchases of the company's 60-foot electric bus rapid transit buses.

New Flyer lands Texas bus order

Bus| November 15, 2018

The contract includes 10 firm orders, with options to purchase an additional 18 buses, and establishes a new partnership.

Technology| October 30, 2018

San Diego MTS adding 6 New Flyer battery-electric buses

Buses are equipped with 480-kilowatt batteries, and will also feature the latest onboard video surveillance systems.

Bus| September 28, 2018

Wash.'s Community Transit adding New Flyer artics

The buses will replace older buses that have reached service lifespan and are a part of a $12 million investment in service changes that will introduce BRT in 2019.

Technology| September 24, 2018

Utah Transit Authority adding 5 New Flyer battery-electric buses

The award includes the zero-emission buses and supporting charging equipment, and was supported by FTA's Low-No program.

Bus| September 10, 2018

New Flyer opens high-tech bus part fabrication facility in Ky.

The opening follows from New Flyer’s announcement in Nov. 2017 to invest $28 million in the state.

Bus| June 4, 2018

New Flyer announces transit bus leadership changes

Changes include the retirement of Kevin Wood, sr. VP, manufacturing and facilities, and Paul Smith, executive VP, sales and marketing.

Sustainability| February 16, 2018

Texas' FWTA orders up to 46 New Flyer CNG Xcelsiors

The contract includes six firm orders with options to purchase an additional 40 CNG 60-foot, heavy-duty transit buses, which will support Fort Worth’s growing population with efficient, reliable, and affordable transportation.

Bus| February 13, 2018

Calif.'s SamTrans to add 55 New Flyer clean-diesel artics

Staff informed the board that this is intended to be the last diesel bus purchase that SamTrans will make because the Transit District would eventually like to convert its current fleet to electric buses in the future.

Bus| January 4, 2018

All New Flyer facilities now capable of building battery-electric buses

The Anniston, Ala., facility now joins all other New Flyer locations with capability to manufacture the Xcelsior CHARGE™ battery-electric bus, including Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Crookston and St. Cloud, Minn.

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