April 18, 2013
The bus is currently being inspected by SFMTA personnel to ensure that all issues are addressed and that the rehabilitation of the remaining 79 vehicles is done correctly by Complete Coach Works
December 20, 2012
Richland, Wash.-based Ben Franklin Transit was awarded a CALSTART grant to work with company to develop an all-electric remanufactured transit bus that has the capability of going more than 100 miles.
October 2, 2012
Since this bus debuted at APTA's Bus & Paratransit Conference in May, it has undergone rigorous testing in desert heat up and down the infamous Cajon Pass in California, one of the nation's longest 6% grade roadways, and through thousands of miles of uninterrupted road testing.
June 5, 2012
The standard 40-foot all-electric transit bus is expected to have a range of 120 to 150 miles, which represents a major move towards the range of a diesel bus.
October 4, 2011
The new diesel option is especially suited to vehicle repowers for public transit authorities committed to improving air quality and reducing environmental problems.
November 10, 2010
The concept of the advertisement, "Happy Buses" was inspired by an intervention TV series was collaborated and developed in-house by the staff at Complete Coach Works.
November 4, 2008
The contract consisted of remanufacturing nearly every aspect of the more than 34-year-old trams used for the daily route tours around the wildlife park.
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