iTransit to debut new bus at UMA Expo

Posted on February 2, 2010

[IMAGE]VersaBus.jpg[/IMAGE] iTransit Inc. announced it will unveil the new VersaBus LF25 at the UMA Motorcoach Expo in Las Vegas, taking place February 24 to 26.

Manufactured in Szeghalom, Hungary by CSM Metal Zrt., the VersaBus LF25 is a 25-foot, low-floor and rear engine shuttle bus. With its unique design, it is ADA accessible and allows the driver to load and unload wheelchair passengers quicker and more efficiently.

The LF25 can accommodate 25 passengers as well as two wheelchairs, and features a self-supporting monoqoque design fabricated from stainless steel and a patented V-drive power train configuration.

It is designed for shuttle, transit, school operations and much more.


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