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January 18, 2013

New Flyer delivers to N.Y., Md., Minn.

N.Y. MTA purchased 29 CNG 40-foot heavy-duty buses. Meanwhile, Maryland MTA bought 10 New Flyer Xcelsior diesel-electric hybrid 60-foot heavy-duty buses, and Minn.-based Maple Grove Transit purchased three Xcelsior diesel 60-foot heavy-duty buses.


November 15, 2012

New Flyer wins Calif. order for 23 Xcelsior buses

Once in service the vehicles will account for 18% of AC Transit's 60-foot articulated fleet. Production of the buses is anticipated to begin in March 2013 , with delivery expected by August 2013.


October 5, 2011

Altair showcases lightweight, series hybrid hydraulic bus

Providing a low cost of ownership, the LCO-140H bus offers a greener, lighter, more cost-effective and efficient solution for bus operators.


June 19, 2009

New Flyer opens new parts distribution center

The Fresno, Calif. facility will carry the majority of the inventory used by customers on the West Coast.


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