Topic : Altoona Testing

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New Flyer unveils CHARGE H2 hydrogen fuel-cell buses

Technology| March 12, 2019

The company is the only manufacturer to offer both a 40-foot and 60-foot fuel cell-electric model that qualifies for federal funding.

ARBOC's Spirit of Equess passes Altoona Testing

Bus| November 30, 2018

Currently available in diesel or compressed natural gas propulsions, the vehicle offers many of the capabilities of a heavy-duty bus, but retains all the benefits of a mid-level vehicle.

Bus| November 26, 2018

SouthWest Transit orders MCI D45 CRT LE Commuter Coaches

The Buy America-compliant model recently passed its Altoona test.

Bus| November 16, 2018

New Flyer 60-foot electric bus passes Altoona testing

U.S. transit agencies can now use FTA funding in support of their purchases of the company's 60-foot electric bus rapid transit buses.

Bus| November 2, 2018

MCI's D45 CRT LE Commuter Coaches completes Altoona Testing

The vehicle received a 10-month battery of tests accelerating a 12-year, 500,000 miles service life.

Bus| August 28, 2018

Grande West's Vicinity bus completes independent Buy America audit

Buy America provisions ensure that transportation infrastructure projects are built with American-made products.

Accessibility| August 14, 2018

New England Wheels Packs Durability, Accessibility into a Low-Floor Minibus

The 22-foot, 15-passenger true low-floor recently achieved a score of 91 on the new Altoona Testing pass/fail test upon completion of testing in March 2018.

Technology| June 27, 2018

Nova's LFSe first electric bus to pass Altoona Testing

The model stood out as especially durable and reliable, completing the required 15,000 miles in a record time of 195 days.

Shuttle| June 26, 2018

New England Wheels' low-floor minibus aces Altoona testing

The 22-foot, 15-passenger true low-floor Frontrunner achieved a score of 91 on the new pass/fail test implemented in 2017.

Bus| October 5, 2017

[Video] Altoona Testing Updates with FTA's Marcel Belanger

The FTA's Marcel Belanger and his team discussed changes to the administration's Altoona Testing bus program at BusCon 2017.

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