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October 24, 2012

Nova to deliver artics to LYNX

The LFS Artic HEV model ordered combines the ability to handle the highest-volume routes with the quiet, ultra-low emissions hybrid drive. The fuel consumption and carbon footprint of this vehicle is significantly lower than a conventional diesel bus.


October 31, 2011

Azure to deliver 5 Ford Transit electric vehicles to W. Michigan U.

University already operates 38 conventional Transit Connect vans. The university has other electric, hybrid and flex-fuel vehicles in its service fleet.


August 31, 2011

Fla. Transit orders 50 new NABI buses

The initial delivery, which is under way, will bring the total number of NABI buses in Broward County Transit's fleet to 170 buses. The new buses will consist of both 40-foot and 60-foot BRT articulated buses.


December 14, 2010

DRI announces Panamanian orders

As previously reported, DRI concluded the acquisition of its remaining 50 percent interest in Mobitec Brazil in fourth quarter 2009 when the purchase was officially registered with the Brazilian government. Its 100 percent ownership of Mobitec Brazil was established on July 1, 2009.


April 22, 2010

DRI secures $1.5M order

Products ordered include: Talking Bus automatic voice announcement systems; Digital Recorders automatic vehicle location and tracking systems; OTvia real-time passenger information systems; and PASS passenger advisory sign systems.


September 18, 2009

Des Moines orders 20 Orion VIIs

DART, with a fleet of more than 150 buses, operates the largest mass transit service in the state of Iowa, serving the entire metro Capital region including its 19 cities and towns.


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