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.
Contract worth US$122 million for 30- and 40-foot transit vehicles.
Will provide up to 725, 40-foot Xcelsior heavy-duty transit buses.
Hydrogen next-generation fuel cell power modules destined for 21 buses.
Buses will be delivered in the second quarter of 2015.
Production of the 40-foot Xcelsior clean diesel buses is expected to begin in the third quarter of 2014.
FCvelocity-HD7 fuel cell modules will be used as range extenders in Poland-based Solaris’ electric buses.
Vehicles will be powered by natural gas propulsion systems.
Communist government promoting auto manufacturing, but still fine-tuning policies to encourage smaller, fuel-efficient vehicle sales.