Management & Operations

ABC, Van Hool plan green-powered equipment line

Posted on August 23, 2007

ABC Companies and Van Hool are partnering to roll out a green-powered equipment line offering eco-friendly features that can potentially reduce emission, petroleum dependence and noise pollution.

 

First in the series of new product releases will be the Van Hool TD925 Double Deck Coach, which features seating for up to 83 passengers. Adapted for the U.S. market, the double-deck design features a host of passenger amenities offering a high-capacity commuting product to American operators. Key product features include:

 

 

  • Comfortable seating for up to 83 passengers;
  • Optional restroom located on lower level;
  • Front and rear staircases for efficient loading/unloading, plus luggage area;
  • ADA access with two tie downs;
  • State-of-the-art HVAC with zone control;
  • Ceiling-mounted flush TV monitors and two-deck entertainment system;
  • Upper deck cameras and full backup camera;
  • “Feel-of-the-road” variable ratio steering for smooth handling
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