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Deutsche Bahn resuming delivery of ICE 4 trains

Rail| July 17, 2019

Siemens and Bombardier reached an agreement with officials on a reworking and testing concept for welds that were occasionally not executed properly.

SLEC lands largest vehicle lift contract in its history

Technology| June 19, 2019

The company recently announced that its lifts are now American-made, retaining many of the features of the former SEFAC lift.

Rail| April 3, 2019

Bombardier to upgrade Australian rollingstock

The total value of the contract is approximately $255 million, which includes design and delivery.

Sustainability| March 15, 2018

GreenPower delivers first 2 all-electric buses to Calif. city

The buses will replace all of the existing CNG-powered transit buses. The EV350 was designed and built by California-based GreenPower, a leading manufacturer of all-electric buses.

Motorcoach| January 18, 2018

ABC celebrates delivery of 10,000th Van Hool

The coach was delivered during a ceremony at UMA Expo to DC Trails Owner Bill Torres and his wife Liliana.

Sustainability| December 22, 2017

New Flyer, BC Transit celebrate 25 CNG bus delivery

BC Transit provides services to over 130 communities across British Columbia in collaboration with local government partners, and transports 52.3 million passengers annually.

Bus| May 22, 2017

Alexander Dennis begins Switzerland double-decker bus deliveries

The vehicles ordered for Eastern Switzerland are based on the company's Enviro500 standard model, but the company has adapted them to PostBus’s needs and Swiss regulations.

Motorcoach| April 6, 2017

H & L Charters takes delivery of MCI J4500 won during UMA Expo

The auction benefited the Motorcoach Marketing Council, with proceeds supporting the image and future of motorcoach travel in North America via Council’s GoMotorcoach campaign available to operators.

Rail| June 15, 2016

M-1's Brookville streetcars on pace for fall delivery

The $140 million project is on schedule to begin moving passengers on the 3.3-mile route next spring.

Management & Operations| August 14, 2015

Amazon could use public transit to deliver packages

The patent is essentially a locker on wheels, installed inside or attached to the outside of a bus, train or other form of transit, according to the report. Customers who ride a particular route regularly could opt to have a package delivered to their preferred bus, to retrieve while they’re riding.

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