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Roam Public Transit celebrates addition of new MCI D45 CRT coaches

Posted on May 17, 2019

The new buses continue to help with BVRTSC’s mission of moving people throughout the Bow Valley and Banff National Park too, which has continued support from the commission’s municipal partners.
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The new buses continue to help with BVRTSC’s mission of moving people throughout the Bow Valley and Banff National Park too, which has continued support from the commission’s municipal partners.
MCI

Roam Public Transit introduced four new innovative, accessible MCI D45 CRT LE Commuter Coaches for travel between Lake Louise and Banff.

The new MCI model features an ergonomically designed spiral entryway, curb-level ramp, and second door that opens into a first-of-its-kind, low-entry vestibule offering comfort and access for all passengers. These state of the art vehicles offer a quality of service worthy of the National Parks experience.

“In the design phase of the D45 CRT LE, MCI engaged several volunteers from people with disabilities advocacy groups. They overwhelmingly endorsed the low entry vestibule concept, citing the increased freedom, boarding ease, and the stress-free riding environment,” said VP of Sales for Canada West Region Chad Sadowy.

The new buses continue to help with BVRTSC’s mission of moving people throughout the Bow Valley and Banff National Park too, which has continued support from the commission’s municipal partners.

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