Many transportation companies are not taking advantage of some of the applicable tax credits. Here, a CPA provides details on fuel tax savings and a work opportunity credit.
The first Leadership with Propane Autogas Awards go to school districts in Iowa, Texas, and Alabama.
École St. Mary, Regina Catholic School Division and LP3 Transportation Solutions adds 89 Blue Bird Vision Propane buses. These buses make up 100% of the school division’s Type C fleet.
The Vision Gen 4 Propane bus incorporates changes that enhance serviceability and reliability, according to the OEM.
In an interview with SBF, IC Bus exec Trish Reed discusses the new gasoline option, which is expected to provide easier maintenance and quieter operation compared to a diesel.
Cook-Illinois Corp. quadruples its current fleet of propane buses with the addition of the Thomas Built Saf-T-Liner C2 buses.
Delivery of the CE Series buses, which are equipped with Power Solutions International engines, began in June and will be complete in time for the 2016-17 school year.
The Propane Education and Research Council’s Michael Taylor discusses ways in which propane school buses can save transportation providers money beyond just in fuel costs.
As our sales numbers show, diesel still dominates the school bus market, but there’s growing interest in the alternatives.
Since 2015, Pinellas, Polk, Pasco, and Hillsborough County school districts have added 170 new Blue Bird Vision Propane buses and have seen lower emissions and savings in fuel and maintenance costs.
New gasoline and CNG school buses, a V8 diesel engine, and electronic stability control are among the offerings that customers experience at a Blue Bird event in Nashville.
The new school buses will also run on propane and will include onboard video surveillance and GPS.
Bibb County (Ga.) School District adds 22 Blue Bird Propane Vision buses to its 31 units after seeing benefits such as less maintenance and lower costs.