Topic : transit buses

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Stertil-Koni debuts new HD inground vehicle lift adapter kits

Technology| July 24, 2018

Have been optimized for both new vehicles with the latest axles as well as older vehicles that have been on the road for some time.

New Flyer announces transit bus leadership changes

Bus| June 4, 2018

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

Bus| May 11, 2017

Karsan to unveil first Buy America bus at UITP World Global Transport Summit

Having successfully completed Altoona testing, the 40-foot, environmentally-friendly CNG-powered vehicle is currently completing FMVSS/CMVSS certification and will be ready for sale before the end of 2017.

Bus| May 17, 2016

[Photos] APTA 2016 Vehicle Display - Bus & Paratransit Conference

A variety of vehicles were featuring during the 2016 APTA Bus & Paratransit Conference bus display held this year in front of Charlotte, N.C.'s NASCAR Hall of Fame on May 16, 2016.

Bus| January 13, 2015

Vapor electric actuator

The Vapor Electric Actuator for transit buses integrates electrical and mechanical elements to precisely open and close passenger doors while minimizing power consumption, according to the supplier.

Bus| February 14, 2013

New Flyer wins N.Y., Seattle contracts

New York’s Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority exercised options under an existing contract for 20 60-foot heavy-duty Xcelsior articulated clean diesel buses. Meanwhile, Daimler Buses North America assigned to New Flyer its contract with Seattle’s King County Metro Transit to build up to 381 Xcelsior heavy-duty 35- and 40-foot diesel-electric hybrid buses.
Bus| January 28, 2013

Tests: Voith technology saves fuel use

Savings were achieved across multiple transit authorities and routes varying in elevation and length.
Bus| March 17, 2010

CTTransit takes delivery of New Flyer buses

The 35-foot, diesel-powered buses cost approximately $365,600 apiece. The low floor buses provide easier accessibility and have two wheelchair positions. The buses were purchased with federal stimulus funds and put into service for Connecticut commuters.

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