Leggett is named director of national accounts for the Type A school bus manufacturer.
Logan Bus Co. purchases Trans Star Type A diesel models to upgrade and expand its fleet.
The Type A school bus newcomer launches its dealer network with Bobby’s Truck and Bus Repair in Ohio and Signature Bus Sales in New England.
Brian Barrington, an industry veteran and VP of the new venture, says that the Titan Bus line will boast a wider body and entry door, along with standard equipment like LED lighting, tinted glass, and a multiplex system.
The Trans Star, Trans Tech’s new Type A school bus, is a 20-passenger, dual rear-wheel bus that features the company’s signature aerodynamic design, according to the manufacturer.
Southern Bus & Mobility will be Trans Tech’s exclusive dealer for sales and service of its Type A school buses in Illinois and Missouri.
Blue Springs School District also recently made a $1.2 million investment in fueling infrastructure for its compressed natural gas fleet.
The light truck adapter features a wide reach and a short standing height, allowing it to fit under a variety of light duty vehicles.
The manufacturer taps Capital City Bus Sales to be its exclusive dealer for sales and service of its full line of Type A school buses in the state.
Leonard Bus Sales wins the Type A school bus manufacturer’s top dealer honor for the third year in a row.
Summit Bus of Oklahoma City now sells and services Collins Type A buses, as does Summit Bus of Albuquerque.
Walsh previously served as VP of sales for REV Bus, which includes Type A school bus manufacturer Collins Bus. In his new role, he replaces Kent Tyler.
Key features of the new Type A include enhanced driver visibility, improved fuel economy and a narrow body with easier maneuverability, company officials say.