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February 11, 2013

Bus service inconvenient for wheelchair users

Riders with disabilities in Felixstone, England, have been asked to keep track of times, stops and routes where they had been denied a ride because they could not get on the bus.


February 16, 2012

Nova receives LFS bus order

The order also includes options on up to 21 additional buses over the 2013-2017 period.


January 18, 2012

Nova delivers 2 LFS buses

All the company's vehicles are based on a common platform, which translates into effective maintenance, streamlined training and simplified parts management, providing quality performance and productivity, according to the company.


May 11, 2011

NABI to equip NJ Transit with 39 low-floor buses

The agency authorized a $17.2M contract for the purchase of the 30-foot transit buses to replace some of the agency’s older buses. They will be the first low-floor buses to run in the state.


February 2, 2010

iTransit to debut new bus at UMA Expo

The LF25 can accommodate 25 passengers as well as two wheelchairs, and features a self-supporting monoqoque design fabricated from stainless steel and a patented V-drive power train configuration.


January 14, 2010

CT Transit to add 35 Nova LFS Artic buses

Valued at approximately $60 million, the order will be assembled at company's Plattsburgh, N.Y., plant.


January 11, 2010

U. of Wyoming to purchase buses with fed funds

The buses will be put out for bid this spring and should arrive in eight months to a year, depending on manufacturer lead times.


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