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BYD, AVTA unveil first 60-ft. artic battery-electric bus

Sustainability| May 4, 2017

The bus, part of AVTA’s award-winning campaign to fully electrify its fleet by 2018, was also built with local labor in BYD’s factory in Lancaster, just miles from the AVTA office. It is the first delivery from AVTA’s order of 13 60-foot BYD buses.

Utah Transit to add 35 more 60-foot New Flyer Xcelsiors

Bus| December 15, 2016

The firm and option quantities for this award were mentioned in the company's 2016 third quarter results announced on Nov. 11, 2016 , and therefore, have already been accounted for in New Flyer's backlog.

Sustainability| December 8, 2016

Europe's largest electric public bus fleet to deploy in Dutch cities

All 43 public articulated buses in the Dutch cities of Eindhoven and Helmond will be electrically powered, starting the Dec. 11, 2016.

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

LA Metro to add 5 electric artics, eight charging stations for BRT route

The Orange Line will be the highest ridership transit service ever tested for all-electric operation. The project is expected to demonstrate the durability and reliability of lithium-ion battery technology for high ridership transit lines.

Sustainability| October 27, 2016

CCW begins delivery of rehabilitated Foothill Transit artics

The contract, which includes repowering and repainting 30 artic buses, is expected to be completed this winter.

Sustainability| September 22, 2016

MBTA's new buses powered by BAE's propulsion systems

The HDS300 hybrid-electric-propulsion systems will soon be powering 44 New Flyer articulated buses in Boston with an option for 46 more as part of its largest HDS300 order to date.

Bus| March 28, 2016

AC Transit awards $108M contract for first BRT line

Construction of the 9.5-mile service, linking Oakland and San Leandro, is slated to begin in May 2016 with service expected to begin in November 2017.

Bus| July 23, 2015

[Photos] New York City Transit Select Bus Service M86

New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT), together with MTA NYC Transit, unveiled a new Select Bus Service route along 86th Street in Manhattan on July 13, 2015. This corridor currently serves 24,000 commuters daily and is the busiest route citywide per mile. This marks the 8th SBS in the city and provides direct connections to twelve different bus routes.

Sustainability| March 30, 2015

SoCal transit center incorporates innovation with sustainable design

Constructed at a cost of $135 million, the 67,000-square-foot ARTIC terminal allows 10,000 daily riders to move seamlessly between transit services that include Amtrak, Metrolink, OCTA and intercity buses.

Bus| February 26, 2015

CCW to provide Iowa with rebuilt artics

Des Moines Area Regional Transit's 60-foot low floor articulated buses will replace high-floor buses and include newly installed ramps, remanufactured power trains, transmissions, engines and brakes. It will also be equipped with two ADA compliant wheelchair lifts.

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