The first IC Bus CE Series gasoline-powered school buses in the Canadian market are delivered to Ontario-based Howard Bus Service.
Electric school buses are becoming more prominent in pupil transportation as the "Big 3" manufacturers release their own models and tour them, and pilots see positive results.
The company’s parts distribution center in Edmonton places first in Carlisle & Co.’s Top Performing Warehouse program.
Diesel has long been the foremost fuel when it comes to large school buses, but there was a noteworthy shift in 2017 as gasoline Type C school buses came into the picture. Propane was the most popular alternative fuel.
The acquisition of Capital City International gives Midwest Transit Equipment the IC Bus distribution rights for all of Michigan.
Operators see reliable and quieter operation, fuel cost savings, and longer brake life. They recommend partnering with utility companies, installing charging infrastructure before receiving buses, and extensive driver training.
The school bus manufacturer demonstrates the chargE at a Los Angeles high school as part of the tour’s first leg.
The school bus manufacturer demonstrates the chargE at the LeMay America’s Car Museum in Tacoma to high school students.
The California Association of School Transportation Officials presents sessions on student safety on the bus as it celebrates 50 years.
The OEM kicks off a national tour with its ChargE concept electric bus. The first stop is the California Association of School Transportation Officials conference.
Wolfington Body Co. is recognized for dealership performance and leadership.
The gasoline CE bus will start full production next month, and the ChargE electric bus will tour the West Coast, IC Bus officials reveal in an interview.
IMMI's updated BTI can now be ordered in IC Bus models. The seat can be upgraded with lap-shoulder belts or integrated child seats by swapping the seat back.