9 Tips for Planning Your Bus Charging Infrastructure

While adding a few charging stations to support pilot projects is relatively straight forward, transit agencies will need to consider several factors when planning to implement infrastructure that can support hundreds of electric buses, or more.

Collins Relies on Safety Process as it Re-Enters Commercial Bus Market

The vehicles are ideal for an array of industries, including assisted-living facilities, churches, airports, and paratransit providers.

S.C.'s The COMET names new executive director

John Andoh has 20 years of experience in the transit industry managing small urban, large urban, and rural transit systems.

Lightning Systems to convert Colo. diesel buses to battery-electric

The first demonstration vehicle will be on the road this summer and will give the bus more than 200 miles of all-electric range.

Capital Metro launching summer service pilot

All summer long, kids will ride free of charge throughout Capital Metro’s service area.

University of Arkansas' Razorback Transit Partners to fill Crucial Need

To combat a shortage in qualified maintenance technicians, Razorback Transit teamed with NWTI to create an internship-type program. 

'Super Commuters' who travel 90-plus mins. to get to work, on the rise

Super commuters are more likely to rely on public transportation than those with shorter commutes.

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