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MobilityTRANS launches 2 new products

Posted on August 13, 2019

 MobilityTRANS has over 175 years combined experience in management alone, and builds 18- to 22-foot vans and small buses.
MobilityTRANS
 MobilityTRANS has over 175 years combined experience in management alone, and builds 18- to 22-foot vans and small buses.
MobilityTRANS

MobilityTRANS, a Michigan-based paratransit van and small bus manufacturer, announced two new products. The SafeTbus line of shuttles and small buses for 2020 includes 20 standard safety features and another 14 safety options.

“We believe that we offer a very safe, high quality, and cost-efficient choice for passenger transportation” said company President, Dave Brown.

Many of the safety features are exclusive, Brown added. Among the safety options are a new floor system called EzSafe incorporating electric wheelchair securements, which store a record of proper use and alert the driver if a securement is released during transport.

MobilityTRANS has over 175 years combined experience in management alone, and builds 18- to 22-foot vans and small buses. The vehicles meet or exceed all Federal and internal standards. The company will showcase these new prouducts and more at Booth #625 at BusCon 2019, which will be held in Indianapolis Sept. 23 to 25.

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