The school bus OEM’s new campaign presents information about various fuel options, focusing on advancements in diesel.
According to the Propane Education & Research Council, there are now more than 13,000 propane autogas school buses on U.S. roads.
The contractor is named a Clean Fuel Champion by Wisconsin Clean Cities.
The warranty continues to cover all buses with Allison 2300/2350/2500/2550 Pupil Transport Series (PTS) transmissions for the 2018 calendar year.
SBF’s monthly “BUSting Up” cartoon targets the humorous side of pupil transportation. The June through December 2017 entries cover “green” buses, budget woes, and a giant stop arm.
The largest school district in California is adding the GreenPower Synapse 72 electric school buses to its fleet with state funding.
The Propane Education & Research Council’s online “Straight Talk” video series features pupil transporters and other fleet owners discussing the alternative fuel’s advantages.
A pair of webinars will provide training on Workspace, which will be required for grant applicants starting Jan. 1.
Cook-Illinois Corp. takes delivery of the CE Series buses with a PSI 8.8-liter propane engine.
The Wisconsin contractor’s new facility provides more functional office space, a larger parking area, and a propane fueling station.
At the NAPT conference, the manufacturer surprises attendees with a Saf-T-Liner C2 electric bus, which has a range of about 100 miles.
The manufacturer is partnering with Power Energy Corp. in an effort to distribute and perfect its electric school bus as well as to introduce other all-electric vehicles.
The fully operational vehicle is a joint effort between IC Bus parent company Navistar and alliance partner Volkswagen Truck & Bus Group.