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MCI delivers to Calif., Ariz.

Motorcoach| January 3, 2013
Apple Valley, Calif.’s Ebmeyer Charter and Tucson, Ariz.-based Gray Line Tours Tucson/Citizen Auto each received a 2013 MCI J4500 coach. Features include wood floors, three-point seat belts and Wi-Fi.

Bombardier to supply 35 trains to Germany

Rail| January 2, 2013
Abellio Rail NRW GmbH will operate the trains on the Saale-Thuringia-South Harz network in Germany. The order is valued at approximately $ 226 million.
Motorcoach| December 27, 2012

Mass. operator purchases 6 new Van Hools

Tremblay's Bus and Motor Coach Co. acquired the WiFi-equipped coaches valued at $535,000 each to meet new customer demands.
Bus| December 27, 2012

N.J. bus service receives 4 NABI vehicles

Salem County Community Bus Service received four new 2012 NABI transit buses from NJ Transit. The buses each accommodate 43 passengers and 19 standees.
Accessibility| December 21, 2012

Pa. transit to receive electric paratransit vehicles

Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority is running a pilot project with fully electric vehicles and wireless charging pads from AMP Electric Vehicles and Momentum Dynamics Corp. The agency is the first in the U.S. to deploy electric paratransit vehicles, according to AMP Electric Vehicles.
Motorcoach| December 20, 2012

Coach Canada adds double-deckers

The 81-passenger double-deckers will continue to feature free WI-FI, as well as power outlets and DVD video capabilities, panoramic views, two tables, reclining seats, a restroom, safety belts and mobility impaired accessibility.
Rail| December 20, 2012

Amtrak to acquire high-speed trains for NEC

In early 2013, Amtrak will issue a Request for Information to formally start the process that will replace the existing 20 Acela Express train sets and add additional train sets to expand seating capacity and provide for more frequent high-speed service on the NEC.
Bus| December 18, 2012

San Diego MTS to buy Gilligs, New Flyers

Signed contracts for up to 350 Gillig 40-foot low-floor CNG buses and up to 165 New Flyer 60-foot low-floor articulated CNG buses through 2017. The total value of the contracts, if all options are exercised and future funding is available, is in excess of $343 million, inclusive of sales tax, licenses, fees and delivery.

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