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Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) in California recently ordered seven 40-foot New Flyer's Xcelsior CHARGE electric buses.
King County Metro announced that will perform tests of various long-range electric buses, searching for the best solution with more than 140 miles of range.
New Flyer announced that its sixty-foot, 885-kWh articulated heavy-duty transit bus has become the first to pass Altoona testing.
The agency opts for the long-range versions with 480 kWh batteries (New Flyer offers up to 600 kWh), so the buses will be able to replace diesel counterparts.
New Flyer received Canada’s largest ever battery-electric bus contract for 40 forty-foot Xcelsior CHARGE buses for Montréal (30) and Laval (10).
The Motor Coach Industries (MCI), the subsidiary of New Flyer, announced introduction of its first all-electric coach, scheduled for sale from January 2020.
A New Flyer electric bus on a recent testing trip rolled over and injured the driver and two others. Why did it roll over?
New Flyer unveiled the Xcelsior CHARGE Bus Simulator at its Vehicle Innovation Center (VIC), North America’s first and only innovation lab opened in 2017.
New Flyer announced next generation electric bus Xcelsior CHARGE with battery pack capacities that we have never seen befor.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Los Angeles placed two orders for a total 95 electric buses in the first phase of switching to all EVs by 2030
Seven transit providers in five states will receive a share of $22.5 million for projects related to electric or fuel cell buses.
New Flyer demonstrated its Xcelsior XHE60 articulated hydrogen fuel cell transit bus, which is 60-feett (18.3 m) long and able to carry 120 passengers.
New Flyer XE40 electric transit bus needed only 1.6 kWh of energy per mile in a two-week in-service demonstration with Miami-Dade Transit.
New Flyer is developing the first North American designed and built 60-foot battery-electric/fuel cell hybrid bus that will operate in daily service.