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Conn. Transit adding 31 hybrid-electric buses to fleet

Bus| March 24, 2011
The New Haven Division will receive 14 40-foot hybrids, with 17 35-foot hybrids going to the Waterbury Division to help upgrade its 15-year old fleet. CTTRANSIT is the first transit system in the U.S. to receive this new model of bus from New Flyer Inc.

Sound Transit to add 34 alt fuel buses

Bus| February 25, 2011
Board members authorized $16.9 million for the purchase of 24 40-foot hybrid buses from Gillig Corp., and $8.1 million for 10 60-foot clean diesel buses from New Flyer.
Bus| February 9, 2011

Chicago Transit amends capital improvement program

The ordinance increases the capital budget from $599.5 million to $649.7 million.
Bus| November 18, 2010

Brampton, Ontario 'Züms' toward boosting ridership with BRT service

The Züm service will be completely integrated into Brampton's existing transit system. Passengers will be able to ride the buses at no extra cost and transfer quickly and easily between lines.
Bus| November 16, 2010

Maryland Transit rolls out New Flyer hybrids

With the introduction of 41 additional buses, MTA's hybrid inventory totals 161 out of a total fleet of 748. The fleet will have approximately 500 hybrid buses by 2016.
Bus| October 26, 2010

Detroit agency buys hybrid rapid transit buses

SMART entered into a piggy-back agreement with the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority which had an existing bus buy contract with New Flyer enabling SMART to receive the buses approximately nine months sooner.
Bus| October 21, 2010

Thermo King event highlights efficiency, sustainability

The event showcased company's products, with a focus on meeting new industry regulations, operational efficiency and sustainability. Key end users shared their experiences and attendees toured the company's research center.
Bus| September 20, 2010

New Flyer shares major milestones with SEPTA

SEPTA is purchasing approximately 470 diesel-electric hybrids from New Flyer under a four-year contract. By the end of 2011, more than one-third of SEPTA's bus fleet will be represented by New Flyer's hybrids.
Bus| September 20, 2010

KPS completes controlling investment in MCI parent company

KPS has considerable experience in the bus sector through its former ownership of New Flyer Industries Ltd.
Bus| September 14, 2010

D.C. Metro unveils ARRA-funded buses, body shop

Nearly $202M in Recovery Act dollars was allocated to the agency, of which $52M was used to purchase the vehicles and construct the new shop. Metro began receiving the new diesel-electric hybrid buses and paratransit vehicles earlier this year.

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