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.
IC Bus now offers customers a purpose-built school bus camera system that is designed to enhance the driver’s view around the bus.
The IC Bus parent company recognizes suppliers that exceeded performance expectations for quality, delivery, technology, and cost.
The Type D line is now powered by the Cummins L9 diesel engine and offers OnCommand Connection remote diagnostics, among other features.
The CEO of a data analytics solutions provider highlights the top innovations that may have a long-lasting impact on school transportation.
Leonard Bus Sales of New York’s “Giving Thanks and Giving Back” includes a program that provides meals to children in need, a holiday canned food drive, and annual direct contributions to food banks.
The warranty continues to cover all buses with Allison 2300/2350/2500/2550 Pupil Transport Series (PTS) transmissions for the 2018 calendar year.
Consider this contrast: SBF's 2018 Fact Book listings include 10 school bus body manufacturers. Ten years ago, only six of those companies were in the market.
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.