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March 6, 2014

CH Bus delivers Temsa TS 35 to Ind. operator

Royal Excursion’s 40-passenger vehicles are equipped with Alcoa wheels, 110-volt plug outlets, highest quality leather seats, an REI A/V system, side and driver shades, and wood grain rubber flooring.


August 23, 2013

MARTA taps Allison transmissions for CNG buses

The B400 will be in New Flyer buses measuring 30- and 40-feet in length.


October 17, 2012

Philadelphia operator adds Temsa TS-35

Coaches are equipped with a Cummins ISL 345 HP engine, Allison B500 transmission and three-point seat belts. The David Thomas Tours coach is also equipped with REI audio/video, Alcoa rims and 110-volt plug outlets.


August 16, 2010

Allison hybrid system to be offered on Orion VII

Orion stated that the Allison Hybrid H 40 EP is now being quoted for active bids and will be available in 2011.


August 11, 2010

IndyGo to add 11 electric-hybrid buses

Agency managed to procure the 22 replacement buses from Gillig using grant dollars, local funds and stimulus money designated through the Federal Transit Administration formula grant program as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.


May 18, 2010

Allison: Fla. fleet sees 56 percent fuel economy gain with hybrid

The agency reported that its 10 hybrid equipped buses got an average of 6.4 miles per gallon (MPG) compared with 4.1 MPG for their standard buses.


October 27, 2008

MCI delivers coaches to Wisconsin, Boston

Blackhawk Express' coaches – three J4500s, including two Anniversary Editions, and two D4005s – bring the company’s all-MCI fleet to 15 coaches.


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