June 21, 2013
The transaction presents a number of opportunities for New Flyer, including an enhanced transit bus product offering with the addition of NABI’s Low Floor and BRT product platforms, and an expanded parts business with improved offering and customer support.
May 14, 2013
Company’s previous two-step business approach, with heavy manufacturing relegated to its plants in Hungary, and with final assembly accomplished at its Anniston, Ala., has now been entirely discontinued.
January 29, 2013
The 459 30- and 40-foot buses mark the latest phase of the agency’s clean transit fuels program. The $210 million contract with NABI, one of the nation’s largest CNG bus orders, will allow the agency to introduce heavy-duty buses to replace the current fleet of liquefied natural gas and clean diesel buses, which began service in 1998.
June 9, 2011
The agency's board of directors approved the $68 million purchase of new high-floor vehicles, which will replace the last of of the aging city buses in the fleet.
May 11, 2011
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.
November 24, 2009
NABI LFW model buses will be equipped with smooth and dependable wheelchair ramps, security cameras, audible annunciation systems and bicycle racks.
September 24, 2009
The 40-foot, low-floor buses are scheduled to replace nearly one-third of Westchester County’s entire bus fleet by the end of the year. County also placed a follow-on order for an additional 11 hybrid powered LFW buses to be delivered in the spring of 2010.
April 15, 2009
Three of the six new buses entered service on route 26 Gallatin Road, which will become Nashville’s first BRT when other hybrid buses arrive and infrastructure improvements are made along the corridor, such as traffic signal light extenders and new bus shelters.
March 18, 2009
City of Commerce replaced its fleet with seven buses, featuring display boards that operate in Spanish and English, wheelchair ramps, security cameras and bike racks.
February 18, 2009
Multi-media campaign includes 13 billboards around San Diego, bus shelter posters, door hangers and a photo contest.
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