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September 19, 2014

Ind.'s Transpo adds first New Flyer CNG bus

The vehicle is the first of 16 new vehicles the agency is adding and the first new bus at the agency in 11 years.


July 8, 2014

Apollo Video recognized for delivery performance

Supplier Delivery Performance Award honors suppliers that have provided New Flyer with more than 50 deliveries over a 12-month period with an on-time performance at the New Flyer-established standard of three days early and one day late to dock date.


June 24, 2014

New Flyer to focus heavy-duty platform on Xcelsior brand

The company will phase out production of its North American Bus Industry LFW and BRT models.


May 27, 2014

Texas agency showcases new station, buses

El Paso, Texas' Sun Metro showcased its new low-floor Brio vehicles from New Flyer, which will run on CNG, have three doors for faster boarding, free Wi-Fi, two TV monitors for passenger information, three interior bicycle racks, two wheelchair positions and signal prioritization.


April 24, 2014

Calif. agency set for BRT line launch

Omnitrans' sbX system serves major activity centers, including two hospitals, two universities, numerous trade schools, city and county government centers, and employment centers, along with major shopping, hospitality and entertainment venues.


April 17, 2014

Foxx continues bus tour with NABI manufacturing facility visit

NABI Bus, a division of New Flyer Industries Inc. and a major employer in northeastern Alabama, is on track to make and assemble about 600 heavy-duty transit buses this year for several transit agencies. More than 700 skilled workers make and assemble hundreds of transit buses deployed in communities nationwide.


April 3, 2014

New Flyer opens new Calif. facility

The facility will accommodate work for both New Flyer and NABI Bus products, with its major business at this time being the final assembly of the L.A. Metro’s New Flyer Xcelsior bus order.


March 12, 2014

San Francisco proceeds with New Flyer bus purchase

The new vehicles will replace buses currently in service that are more than 20 years old and account for 40% of system wide delays, due to mechanical issues.


February 20, 2014

ABC, New Flyer sign exclusive distribution deal

Under the terms of the agreement, ABC will market, sell and provide aftersales service for New Flyer’s MiDi and Xcelsior buses through its established service locations and select independent dealerships.


December 16, 2013

N.Y. agency exercises New Flyer options

The 19 option buses are exercised options from a five-year contract. Once the options are exercised, 77 options remain under this contract and are included in New Flyer’s backlog.


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