Sustainability

CCW supplies rehab buses for City Utilities of Springfield

Posted on October 19, 2015

Complete Coach Works (CCW) finished a contract from City Utilities of Springfield (CU) of supplying seven rehabilitated 35-foot low-floor buses.

The buses are equipped with remanufactured engines and rebuilt transmissions as a cost effective method of quickly acquiring improved buses.

The two-door 35-foot remanufactured buses will ease the onboarding process, expedite stops, allow an increase in rider capacity and significantly improve wheelchair accessibility.

CCW’s rehabilitated buses will help alleviate City Utilities of Springfield’s four heaviest routes by providing reliable buses for years to come.

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