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Albuquerque launches ART project  with a third order of buses from New Flyer

New Flyer of America Inc. today announced that the City of Albuquerque and the City of Albuquerque Transit Department (collectively ABQ RIDE) have executed an option for an additional 10 clean-diesel, 60-foot Xcelsior® heavy-duty transit buses (20 equivalent units). This is the third order of clean-diesel, 60-foot Xcelsior buses from New Flyer since December 2018. […]

City of Aspen builds Colorado’s sustainability with zero-emission buses from New Flyer

New Flyer of America Inc. recently announced that the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) has placed a new order for eight 40-foot, battery-electric Xcelsior CHARGE™ heavy-duty transit buses. RFTA celebrated the launch of its first zero-emission bus in Aspen, Colorado. It was unveiled during a ribbon-cutting ceremony alongside RFTA CEO Dan Blankenship and City of […]

NFI named a Manitoba Top Employer for the 10th time

NFI Group Inc. today announced it has been selected as a Top 25 Employer in Manitoba for 2020 — marking the tenth time NFI has received the recognition. Manitoba’s Top 25 Employers is an annual competition organized by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, and is a special designation recognizing employers that lead their […]

ABC Tech Team Participates in EV Training at Van Hool Factory

A team of ABC technicians recently visited the Van Hool factory in Belgium for preliminary training and product knowledge transfer to support the forthcoming Van Hool CX45E All Electric bus release. Together with ABC and Proterra, Van Hool continues to make preparations for the innovative new model introduction planned for North American unveiling at UMA […]

CVSA reminds motor carriers of the Dec. 17, 2019, ELD compliance deadline

Starting Dec. 17, 2019, all motor carriers and drivers subject to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) electronic logging devices (ELD) final rule must use an ELD. This deadline also pertains to grandfathered automatic onboard recording devices (AOBRDs), which will no longer be allowed under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations to […]

INIT announces opening of West Coast Development Center

INIT Innovations in Transportation, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated ITS and fare management systems for public transit, has announced the opening of a Development Center in the Pacific Northwest. The state-of-the-art facility is located in the Norton Building, 801 Second Avenue, in Seattle, WA and will house INIT‘s current staff, along with an additional […]

Best practices make perfect at GO Riteway Transportation Group

Founded in 1957 by Rollie and Pearl Bast with just four school buses, today GO Riteway is a staple in the Wisconsin student transportation system. Now the company is making a move to expand their “gold standard” level of service into the tour and charter markets in the surrounding tri-state area. With two recent acquisitions […]

ROSE Chauffeured Transportation streamlines with Prepaid Expense Cards

ROSE Chauffeured Transportation has served the Charlotte, North Carolina, area with a dedicated team of drivers, dispatchers, technicians and managers since its 1985 founding by H.A. and Andy Thompson as family-owned limousine business. Now a full-fledged charter company with a fleet of over 35 vehicles (including 21 motorcoaches), the company prides itself on providing a top-to-bottom […]

MCI all-electric coaches UNVEILED

With the impending 2020 launches of its all-electric models — the MCI J4500e CHARGE and MCI D45 CRTe LE CHARGE — Motor Coach Industries (MCI) is poised to extend its proven knowledge and expertise into the zero-emissions vehicle market. Working with the extensive proven in-field performance of the all-electric New Flyer CHARGE products, MCI’s CHARGE […]

NJ TRANSIT streamlines paratransit reservations and fare collection with web-based solutions

Through technological advancements and the advent of social media, consumer expectations are at an all-time high. Consumers have become independent in information gathering and don’t want to have to wait to get their answers. It shouldn’t be surprising that transit passengers expect the same level of service and instant gratification. In the transit world, this […]