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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.


November 25, 2013

N.Y. transit gives free rides to disabled veterans

Lift Line, RGRTA’s paratransit system, is paying for the service with $10,500 in funds from the FTA and local partners.


February 14, 2013

New Flyer wins N.Y., Seattle contracts

New York’s Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority exercised options under an existing contract for 20 60-foot heavy-duty Xcelsior articulated clean diesel buses. Meanwhile, Daimler Buses North America assigned to New Flyer its contract with Seattle’s King County Metro Transit to build up to 381 Xcelsior heavy-duty 35- and 40-foot diesel-electric hybrid buses.


December 2, 2010

Rochester-Genesee CEO to leave transit system

Mark Aesch, head of the RGRTA, opted not to extend his contract and will leave the transit authority at the end of 2011. He plans to pursue opportunities in the private sector.


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