Proterra adds 35-foot Catalyst to vehicle lineup

Dallas Area Rapid Transit will be the first customer to receive seven, 35-foot Catalyst FC buses and two overhead semi-autonomous fast chargers. The seven buses will reduce...

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Bike Storage Solutions Adapt to Growing Needs of Multimodal Commuters

No other form of commuting to work has seen the same level of growth as biking has over the past decade. To help public transportation agencies deal with that growth, suppliers have been able to add more bike positions on racks and create furniture and storage solutions at rail stations and transit malls.

New Flyer Chief Talks Corporate Culture, Sustainable Propulsion Efforts

President/CEO Paul Soubry discusses revamping NABI’s Anniston, Ala. plant, the company’s focus on using multiple propulsion systems and the future of green technologies, including hydrogen fuel cells.  

Sacramento RT chief, Wiley, announces retirement

Upon the hiring of the new GM/CEO, Wiley will transition to the position of Special Assistant to the Board of Directors and GM/CEO with a focus on key projects and initiatives through 2016.

Allied Specialty Vehicles names Bradshaw to VP/GM of Mich. plant

In his new role, Joe Bradshaw will immediately be tasked with analyzing facilities, procurement, production and quality assurance processes for the commercial and luxury bus products manufactured at this location to determine operational changes necessary for increasing efficiencies and growing output.

BusCon 2015 takes Indy by storm with new vehicles, tech and education

The 20th installment of the show featured more than 50 new exhibitors, 70-plus vehicles and plenty of information to inspire attendees.

METRO, PERC, MSBMA honor top fleets at BusCon 2015

Awards handed out during the Breakfast Awards Ceremony honor fleets around the U.S. and Canada for innovative initiatives, domestic propane autogas usage and ongoing support for the medium-sized vehicle industry.

Las Vegas high-speed rail partners up, Authority meets

The joint venture says construction could begin in September 2016 once it has acquired all the necessary approvals.

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