February 19, 2013
CAT dubbed its LFS Artic the “bendy bus” because of its center articulation that allows the bus to corner tightly and handle city streets as easily as a regular bus. Similar LFS Artic buses are currently in operation in large urban centers including New York City and Montreal.
October 1, 2012
The idea surfaces at a time when both bus systems have been put into the same federal classification, meaning they will have to share federal funding for the first time.
August 20, 2012
City officials say the university’s share of the cost of those operations is about $1.15 million for fiscal year 2012-013.
June 6, 2012
LFS Smart Buses also come with a wealth of standard features that ensure high performance and a competitive life cycle cost. In addition, the Nova LFS is the lightest bus in the industry, which translates into another opportunity for cost reduction for the agency.
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