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MCI wins 70 D4505 Greyhound order

Motorcoach| April 1, 2010
Each new coach will feature a wheelchair lift and plush leatherette passenger seating for 50, compared to the typical 55-seat configuration for the D4505 model. This move will give riders significantly more legroom.

ISE partners with New Flyer, ElDorado for chassis options

Bus| March 29, 2010
Each OEM could sell up to 500 hybrid buses under the MN-DOT contract, assuming the Department exercises the bus options or transfers the options to another agency.
Bus| March 17, 2010

CTTransit takes delivery of New Flyer buses

The 35-foot, diesel-powered buses cost approximately $365,600 apiece. The low floor buses provide easier accessibility and have two wheelchair positions. The buses were purchased with federal stimulus funds and put into service for Connecticut commuters.
Bus| March 15, 2010

U. of S. Florida unveils new bus tracking system

The program is an automatic vehicle location (AVL) system, which is available on the Web, and can be downloaded on mobile hand-held devices, providing riders of the USF Bull Runner (the USF Tampa campus shuttle) with enhanced convenience and security.
Motorcoach| February 2, 2010

iTransit to debut new bus at UMA Expo

The LF25 can accommodate 25 passengers as well as two wheelchairs, and features a self-supporting monoqoque design fabricated from stainless steel and a patented V-drive power train configuration.
Bus| January 14, 2010

CT Transit to add 35 Nova LFS Artic buses

Valued at approximately $60 million, the order will be assembled at company's Plattsburgh, N.Y., plant.
Bus| January 11, 2010

U. of Wyoming to purchase buses with fed funds

The buses will be put out for bid this spring and should arrive in eight months to a year, depending on manufacturer lead times.
Bus| December 30, 2009

Fleet safety book offers comprehensive guidance

Included are case studies direct from the author’s 30-plus years of safety management experience, guidance on best management practices, driver training content, accident investigation and prevention, regulatory compliance, insurance and claims, and emerging standards of performance across the loss control and risk management spectrum.
Bus| December 28, 2009

Big Rig Collision to open new location, change name

New location will offer the same services as its Calgary facility with full collision, refinishing, fire restoration and refurbishment all under one roof
Bus| December 17, 2009

Calgary Transit rejects use of snow tires on fleet

During a trial run, buses equipped with the special tires were still sliding and getting stuck in the snow.

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