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Transit Buses

Spirit of Liberty rolls into production

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ARBOC Specialty Vehicles achieves its goal of a rear-drive, low-floor pusher.

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XL Hybrids adds small bus installations

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The company addresses a market that stands to gain the most from hybrid-electric propulsion.

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New wheelchair standards call for robust equipment

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Deadline for ANSI/RESNA WC18 and WC19 standards approaches.

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Sleek upgrades made simple

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Hadley demos its wares on a Gillig bus for The Rapid.

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Major changes liberate passengers

With prototypes complete, the rear engine Spirit of Liberty is well into the production prove-out phase of the program.

ARBOC Specialty Vehicles readies the Spirit of Liberty for 2014 deliveries.

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Ecoliners seamlessly integrate for full service

The Proterra EcoRide BE35 was dubbed the Ecoliner by Foothill Transit.

Foothill Transit sees great success from its zero-emission buses.

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BUSRide Road Test: DesignLine CNG EcoCoach

Experienced bus and coach drivers are expressing amazement with the CNG fuel economy, which they report to be averaging approximately 30 cents per gallon.

This CNG transit vehicle crisscrosses the country like a full-fledged motorcoach.

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Five steps to the connected bus

Enhancing the transit experience with real-time multimodal arrival information has a positive impact on revenue.  Photo used with permission by NextRide technology.

Are your buses moving in the right direction?

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Electrification explained

The one-piece all-electric Athenia E-800 from Thermo King is a hermetically sealed rooftop unit for hybrid bus, trolley bus and alternator-powered applications.

Miami-Dade and Gardenia demonstrate Thermo King HVAC alternatives.

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Public image is important to BRT success

Without a doubt, image is important to Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). Sleek looking vehicles, rail-like stations, advanced technologies and a strong brand identity are just a few of the features that help communicate the message: This is not just a regular bus service.

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