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CCW begins delivery of rehabbed Winston-Salem Transit buses

Posted on October 7, 2019

CCW's new Tenn. location strengthens its U.S. presence and offers a better service location for agencies in the Mid-Southern Region.
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CCW's new Tenn. location strengthens its U.S. presence and offers a better service location for agencies in the Mid-Southern Region.CCW

Complete Coach Works (CCW) has begun deliveries of rehabilitated buses to N.C.’s Winston-Salem Transit Authority (Winston-Salem). The buses have undergone system overhauls at CCW’s newly-established Memphis, Tenn., location. This new location strengthens CCW’s U.S. presence and offers a better service location for agencies in the Mid-Southern Region.

As part of an improvement plan with North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to mitigate traffic congestion, Winston-Salem will provide buses to NCDOT’s park and ride lots and enhance services on its exiting routes.

The rehab project includes either a rebuilt Cummins ISC 8.3 engine or a Detroit Series 50 EGR engine. Other CCW upgrades include rebuilding the ZF Ecomat transmission, installing new ADA-compliant wheelchair lift, LED destination signs, new seat insert upholstery, and all-new floors.

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