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Karsan to unveil first Buy America bus at UITP World Global Transport Summit

Bus| May 11, 2017

Having successfully completed Altoona testing, the 40-foot, environmentally-friendly CNG-powered vehicle is currently completing FMVSS/CMVSS certification and will be ready for sale before the end of 2017.

High-speed rail to Las Vegas breaks ground in 2017

Rail| April 6, 2017

The $8 billion-dollar project was initially scheduled to begin construction in 2016.

Bus| March 28, 2017

Vicinity buses to be manufactured in Atlanta

Alliance Bus Group, Grande West's exclusive U.S. distributor, will produce Buy America-compliant Vicinity buses for sale to U.S. transit authorities.

Rail| March 27, 2017

L.A. Metro contracts with CCRC for subway cars

Company is committed to delivering the first pilot vehicle by the spring of 2020, and the entire base order of 64 subway cars by September 2021.

Sustainability| February 6, 2017

Microvast delivers record number of electric buses in 2016

Based on considerable experience with battery systems in those markets, the company is advancing its activities in the U.S.

Bus| January 26, 2017

Houston METRO awards MCI 3-year contract for up to 169 coaches

The contract has an approximate total value of $84 million. The 169 coaches from this order were included in New Flyer’s fourth quarter backlog and orders press release announced on Jan. 11, 2017.

Bus| January 12, 2017

Grande West adding CNG option for Vicinity bus

The Cummins ISB G Engine has the lowest North American Emissions standards and is approved from both the U.S. EPA and Air Resources Board in California.

Bus| January 4, 2017

Grande West's Vicinity Bus achieves Buy America certification

The company has achieved the required 60% U.S.-component content through audits, documented final assembly procedures, and scored Best-in-Class in the FTA's Altoona Test to qualify for the certification.

Rail| November 23, 2016

Calif. High Speed Rail Authority reverses plans to buy foreign train parts

The change came after Democratic lawmakers became outraged over the plan.

Rail| November 16, 2016

Calif. High Speed Rail Authority seeks Buy America exemption for train parts

The rail authority’s 2016 business plan estimated the trains would cost about $3.4 billion, making them one of the most expensive parts of the system.

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