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June 19, 2012

Nova delivers 2 LFS buses to Iowa

CyRide will use the articulated vehicles to transport the steadily increasing ridership of the city of Ames and Iowa State University. The vehicles feature an advanced electric cooling system and the manufacturer’s hePEX system, which is light, easy to maintain and corrosion resistant.


June 12, 2009

Nova Bus to supply N.Y. MTA fleet

The LFS Artic buses feature a stainless steel structure, a particulate filter that reduces emissions and a time-tested front door access ramp for mobility impaired passengers.


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