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S.F. MTA approves New Flyer hybrid order

Bus| September 11, 2012
Production of the 40-foot Xcelsior hybrid buses is anticipated to begin in early 2013 and will be manufactured and assembled bumper-to-bumper in New Flyer’s St. Cloud, Minn. manufacturing facility. All buses are expected to be delivered by the end of the summer 2013.

San Francisco MTA to purchase New Flyer hybrids

Bus| September 5, 2012
Pending final approval from the board of supervisors, the SFMTA expects to have a prototype on the road next winter for a month long test in regular passenger service. All 45 new buses are expected to arrive by the end of summer 2013.
Bus| August 17, 2012

Omnitrans unveils new buses, brand

Two New Flyer Xcelsior 2012 40-foot transit buses on display were decked out with a bold new fleet design in bright green and blue. Twenty of the new buses will be deployed in coming weeks to replace retiring models.
Bus| August 10, 2012

Calif.’s Omnitrans launches rebranding

Will unveil new logo, slogan, fleet graphics, bike racks and mascot.
Bus| August 7, 2012

New Flyer awarded D.C. Metro hybrid bus contract

The order for 95 Xcelsior XDE40 buses is a conversion of options under the existing contract with the transit system and follows upon the delivery of 152 Xcelsior buses during 2011.
Bus| July 26, 2012

Orion assigns N.Y. CNG bus contract to New Flyer

The order for 74, 40-foot buses, with an option for 30 additional buses, is a result of Daimler Buses North America’s decision, announced on April 25, to exit production of heavy duty transit buses for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
Bus| July 12, 2012

CapMetro debuts clean diesel buses

A total of 54 New Flyer buses were approved for purchase as a part of Capital Metro’s bus replacement strategy to maintain a state of good repair. The buses cost a total of $23.3 million.
Bus| June 21, 2012

Md. MTA to purchase New Flyer diesel-electrics

The new buses feature ergonomic passenger seating, an advanced video surveillance system, wider exit doors, LED lighting, and tip-in windows for improved air circulation and passenger safety. The first of this latest round of hybrid buses will be on the street in September 2012, with the final bus scheduled for delivery February 2013.
Bus| June 21, 2012

REI wins New Flyer award

The New Flyer 2011 Delivery Performance Award recognizes suppliers who have provided value-based, quality products with 99% on-time delivery to New Flyer’s production facilities.
Bus| June 11, 2012

Canada's Züm unveils 60-ft New Flyer artics

The BRT vehicles feature clean hybrid diesel-electric technology and boast a 10% to 15% fuel reduction compared to conventional diesel vehicles. They are lightweight, quiet and have unique theatre-style seating in the articulated joint, with two rear exit doors.

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