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November 21, 2014

N.Y. MTA celebrates 50 years of service for Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

The bridge, which is 4,260 feet from tower to tower and links Staten Island and Brooklyn, opened to traffic on Nov. 21, 1964. In its first full year of operation, 17.6 million vehicles crossed the span.


August 23, 2013

Denver RTD marks Eagle P3's halfway point

The three lines are the East Rail Line to Denver International Airport, the Gold Line to Arvada and Wheat Ridge, and the first segment of the Northwest Rail Line to south Westminster.


August 15, 2013

Cummins plant celebrates 1.5 millionth engine

The plant is also in full production with the new high-performance Cummins Westport ISX12 G heavy-duty natural gas engine.


September 27, 2012

Arboc rolls out 1,000th bus, organizational changes

For founders Jim Bartel and Don Roberts, the 1,000th bus was momentous, proving ARBOC has a proven product, according to the company.


January 30, 2012

Starcraft Bus completes 25,000th bus

Company joined the shuttle bus industry in 1998 by building its first bus, the Allstar. Over the last several years, Starcraft Bus has introduced several new models including the Starquest, Ultrastar, Starlite, XLT, Xpress and Prodigy XP.


August 22, 2011

BAE-powered buses reach major milestone

As an early UK adopter of this proven technology, London United placed an order for an additional 20 vehicles in 2010 following their participation in the hybrid bus trial run by Transport for London.


September 20, 2010

New Flyer shares major milestones with SEPTA

SEPTA is purchasing approximately 470 diesel-electric hybrids from New Flyer under a four-year contract. By the end of 2011, more than one-third of SEPTA's bus fleet will be represented by New Flyer's hybrids.


October 15, 2009

IC Bus Tulsa plant reaches milestone

Since the plant opened in 2001 and through the end of October, the facility will have built more than 73,000 buses. While some of the vehicles built at the Tulsa facility are commercial buses, the majority are school buses.


September 3, 2009

Daimler Buses' Orion VII hits 3,000 mark

Houston Metro is placing an additional order for 80 Orion VII diesel-electric hybrid buses for 2010 delivery. This compliments its existing fleet of 56 Orion VII hybrids, which were delivered in 2008, and the 40 units that will be delivered in 2009.


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