The warranty continues to cover all buses with Allison 2300/2350/2500/2550 Pupil Transport Series (PTS) transmissions for the 2018 calendar year.
Cook-Illinois Corp. takes delivery of the CE Series buses with a PSI 8.8-liter propane engine.
The IC Electric Bus ChargE offers a battery range that can exceed 120 miles, according to the manufacturer. It is expected to launch in 2019.
The fully operational vehicle is a joint effort between IC Bus parent company Navistar and alliance partner Volkswagen Truck & Bus Group.
Technicians from Arizona and West Virginia win top honors in the recent 11th Annual Navistar Technician Rodeo.
The school bus manufacturer gives college scholarships to students who are family members of dealer employees.
More than 2,000 bus technicians have completed the manufacturer’s maintenance training program.
School districts can qualify for $5,000 grants for newly purchased propane-powered CE Series school buses.
IC Bus parent company’s Accelerator Write-Up app receives the Axway Innovation Award for its use of Axway’s app development product to improve customer outcomes.
The school bus manufacturer and the software supplier will offer telematics solutions through Navistar’s OnCommand Connection.
Sessions at the Oregon Pupil Transportation Association event cover such compelling issues as missed bus stops, stop-arm running, and crashes with stationary objects. New school buses and a scenic river also catch attendees' attention.
The school and commercial bus distributor sells the stock of its company to John McKinney, former president of Navistar’s global bus division, and an investment group led by Brightwater Partners.
The OEM showcases its gasoline-powered CE Series demonstration unit at the Oklahoma Association for Pupil Transportation conference.