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BUSRide Road Test: The Van Hool TX unveiled

ROAD TEST

The improvements to the T2100 are enough to warrant a name change.

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Comtrans offers a new view of Russia

An interurban coach from NefAZ, a subsidiary of KamAZ.

While many of you were probably at BusCon in Chicago, I went in a completely different direction to Comtrans in Moscow.

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New suspension and chassis means more power, reliability

FCCC says the new S2C strengthens its position as the superior choice for a variety of bus applications.

Freightliner debuted its X-Ride suspension and S2C chassis at BusCon.

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BRT builds from a plan with vision

BRT MAIN PIC

Parsons Brinkerhoff’s Cliff Henke speaks to the aspects of successful Bus Rapid Transit planning.

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BRT combines with Monterey Jazz

The JAZZ BRT provides a one-of-a-kind experience for residents and visitors.

The JAZZ Bus Rapid Transit system is now operating after more than five years of planning, identifying funding sources, plus a year to construct and implement the project.

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Comfort is a measurable standard

Freedman Seating manufactures seats for small-to-midsize buses and heavy-duty transit and paratransit vehicles.

North American bus and coach seating manufacturers speak to comfort, safety, health and durability.

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The Volvo 9700: Drivers like it

Ryan’s Express considers its six Volvo 9700s as workhorses for group tours.

As Ryan’s Express grows, the company relies heavily on its six Volvo 9700s.

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Smartphone access improves fare collection

smartphone dude

RTC and Samsung SDS partner to launch an advanced transit open payment system in Las Vegas.

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And the survey says…

Woman playing bus fares.

Accenture determines transit passengers worldwide are willing to pay more for an improved experience.

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UITP invites Americans to join

UITP members were in North America on a technical visit in San Francisco, CA.

The International Union of Public Transport came together when 50 of the principal European tramway systems decided to try to work closer with one another.

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