Topic : Xcelsior

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Omaha Metro to add 18 35-foot New Flyer Xcelsior buses

Bus| July 25, 2018

The buses are also low-floor vehicles capable of “kneeling,” making the boarding process more convenient and fully accessible.

WMATA orders 12 60-foot Xcelsior buses from New Flyer

Bus| July 9, 2018

The low-emission buses are part of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Bus| May 15, 2018

U. of Colo. to host New Flyer battery-electric bus demo

The event will occur on Friday, May 18 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the university’s Sustainability, Energy, and Environment Complex.

Bus| April 10, 2018

NYCT orders 108 Xcelsior 60-foot New Flyer buses

The order adds 216 equivalent units to New Flyers firm order backlog.

Bus| March 2, 2018

Girardin cease distribution of New Flyer products

New Flyer will continue to distribute Xcelsior buses in Quebec through direct sales.

Bus| February 23, 2018

N.Y. shuttle provider adding 12 New Flyer clean-diesel buses

Golden Touch, a subsidiary of Transdev North America, will deploy the buses at John F. Kennedy International Airport to support the expansion of Delta Air Lines’ JFK Jitney Shuttle service that Golden Touch operates.

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.

Bus| December 21, 2017

Grand River Transit expands BRT fleet with an order from New Flyer

The 39 buses have been delivered to GRT, with the remaining 9 BRT buses scheduled for delivery in 2018.

Bus| October 23, 2017

Connect Transit replaces portion of fleet with New Flyer buses

The conversion is funded through a $3.3 million grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation.

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