San Francisco operation adds 9 Temsas

Posted on June 21, 2012

San Francisco-based SFO Shuttle Bus recently added nine new Temsa TS35 coaches to its fleet from CH Bus Sales

The Temsa TS35 is constructed from stainless steel for extra durability and safety. An American driveline is combined with superb European quality and craftsmanship to create a high quality driving experience.  

SFO’s new vehicles feature seating for 40 passengers with a restroom and is equipped with a Cummins ISL 345 HP engine, Allison B500 transmission and three-point seat belts. The SFO coaches are also equipped with leather seats, Wi-FI, REI audio/video system, 110-volt plug outlets, destination signs, GPS and badge readers. 

From its start as a single airport shuttle service, SFO Shuttle, which operates 150 vehicles that travel three million miles per year, has grown into a vital and independent family-owned business featuring diverse capabilities and operations across the Bay Area.

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