November 19, 2013
The necessity of buses has been proven by Routes 39 and 8 alone, which together delivered nearly 250,000 trips in September of this year, more than a quarter of the entire system’s ridership.
October 24, 2013
The company will add workers to its Owosso facility after landing a $31.4 million contract with MBTA to rebuild 192 buses.
November 12, 2012
Launched in late 2010, the Greyhound Fleet Revitalization Program was designed to enhance the Greyhound passenger trip experience by giving the fleet’s MCI-model motorcoaches an overall facelift.
September 13, 2012
The remaining 222 cars out of the original 600-car fleet are rotating through the Coney Island Overhaul Facility at a pace of four cars per week undergoing a limited-scope maintenance makeover intended to improve their performance and reliability until they are replaced by the fleet of 300 new R179 cars, due to begin arriving in 2014.
June 1, 2012
As part of the Chicago Transit Authority’s plans to move toward operating an upgraded bus fleet in the next two years, the agency plans to buy 425 buses and rebuild more than 1,000 older buses in a nearly half-billion-dollar modernization investment.
October 15, 2010
The first completed LRV is currently being inspected by SFMTA personnel in order to ensure that all issues are addressed and that the rehabilitation of the remaining 142 vehicles is done correctly by AnsaldoBreda, the manufacturer.
June 21, 2010
Greyhound and ABC Companies will be generating 120 jobs specifically for this project, which is estimated to take 12 to 18 months to complete.
May 7, 2010
The initial refurbishments are expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of this year.
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