The order replaces older, end-of-life vehicles with lower-emission and more efficient buses
Since 1993, New Flyer has delivered 175 buses to the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District
Projects involve replacing diesel buses with electrics and a new bus storage facility equipped with charging stations.
Coaches are designed to accommodate all kinds of passengers and mobility devices.
New buses provides increases passenger capacity to 115 people.
Will allow for 10 long-range electric buses that would provide greener transportation options.
Firm order for 25 vehicles and options to purchase up to an additional 50.
Robotic Research will help develop artificial intelligence-based technology for heavy-duty buses.
High-capacity rapid transit to increase mobility in America’s fourth-largest city.
Add-on equivalent of 216 units to US subsidiary’s order backlog
There are 206 40-ft. heavy-duty transit buses remaining in Connecticut’s contract.
Buses will be deployed on the Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) network starting 2018.
That’s the equivalent of driving 250 times around the globe.
Clean diesels to provide student transportation for North Carolina State University.
Manufacturers fined for collecting millions of dollars in subsidies for vehicles that were never made.