Management & Operations

GCRTA exercises $29.9 million NABI option

Posted on April 11, 2005

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) exercised an option for 92 40-foot buses from North American Bus Industries (NABI).

NABI will deliver the clean-diesel buses over the next two years for a total contract value of $29.9 million.

NABI officials said that the company has delivered 225 model 40-LFW buses to the GCRTA in the past three years.

NABI will deliver 47 low-floor 40-foot buses in late 2005 and another 45 buses in 2006.

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