December 27, 2012

N.J. bus service receives 4 NABI vehicles

SALEM, N.J. — Salem County Community Bus Service received four new 2012 NABI transit buses from N.J. Transit. The buses will be used on route 468, which is operated by Salem County under a private carrier contract with N.J. Transit, reports NJ.com.

The new buses accommodate 43 passengers and 19 standees. They are equipped with Smart Bus technology which provides passengers with visual and audio stop notification, onboard camera and passenger monitoring systems, as well as updated fare collection systems. To read the full story, click here.

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  • Bob'[ June 24th, 2014 @ 11:42am ]

    will NABI (New Flyer) continue to produce the high floor bus that some operators prefer and I believe NABI was the last builder of these vehicles?? Bob

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