Glaval Titan II LF

Elkhart, Ind.
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The Titan II LF comes with either a Braun or Ricon bi-fold power ramp. It has a four-corner, self-leveling air-ride suspension with kneeling capability. The complete unit will kneel to achieve up to 1:6 ramp slope on gas models with the touch of one button. It offers true random accesses for up to five wheelchair positions.


Brakes Disc 4-wheel antilock
Chassis GM
Engine 6.01
Exterior Height 110 in.
Floor Low
Fuel Options Gas
Fuel Capacity 57 gal.
GVWR 14,200 lbs.
Headroom 81 in.
Length 24 ft., 26 ft., 28 ft.
Transmission 6-speed automatic
Wheelbase 166 in., 190 in., 214 in.

King County Metro, Intersection extend advertising contract

The agency first tapped Intersection in 2005, when, operating as Titan, the company won a competitive contract granting the exclusive rights to sell advertising on its 1,400 buses and facilities

Controversial ads to appear on SEPTA buses

A federal court judge presiding over a dispute between the agency and a group seeking to purchase advertising space on SEPTA vehicles has ruled the agency must accept the ads, even if they contain messages that may be disparaging to riders and agency employees.

CTA re-ups with Titan for ads

Extended agreement by an additional five years. Titan will install approximately 100 new digital screens in the Chicago loop, replacing the static urban panels located at subway entrances and exits. This new addition to the agency's digital network will create unprecedented digital media access to the core downtown Chicago area.

King County Metro re-ups with Titan for ads

Granted a new five-year contract to Titan for the exclusive right to sell advertising across Seattle-based King County Metro's system. The contract includes a two-year extension.

Chicago Transit amends ad guidelines

While the CTA will allow the advertisement of alcoholic beverages, the ordinance restricts the ads to specific areas and sets additional conditions.

L.A. DOT renews Titan ad contract

The new five-year contract follows an initial five-year term where Titan was the first to develop advertising in both traditional and innovative forms on the fleet of more than 350 transit vehicles.

Amtrak taps Titan for NEC ad rights

The new Amtrak hubs complement Titan's existing Northeast corridor properties, which include SEPTA, Port Authority Transit Corp. and New Jersey Transit.

Charlotte Area Transit System taps Titan for bus, rail ads

Had not allowed advertising on its vehicles for over 10 years prior to this award so this is an exciting development in the Charlotte advertising market.

Titan, DART renew advertising contract

As part of the new deal, DART and Titan will be introducing new media formats, including "Station Dominations," "Bus Headliners" and "Michelangelos" — media featured on the ceilings of buses — to the system.

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