Through customer surveys completed on the delivery of school buses in 2018, the manufacturer achieves the highest category of Net Promoter Score.
The Thomas Built Buses president and CEO discusses how the manufacturer has ramped up safety technologies to fulfill its vision of safely transporting students.
Henrico County (Va.) Public Schools receives the first Saf-T-Liner C2 school bus equipped with the new Detroit DD5 engine.
The North Carolina-based school bus manufacturer serves as title sponsor for The Bobby Labonte Foundation’s Charity Bike Ride, helping to raise $50,000 for three local nonprofit organizations.
The school bus manufacturer will showcase key technological advancements in electric vehicle technology and the newest diesel engines at the association’s trade show on Tuesday.
The school bus manufacturer sponsors Brad Keselowski as he drives the No. 2 Thomas Built Buses Ford Fusion in the First Data 500 Race.
Thomas Built Buses is now accepting orders for school buses equipped with the Detroit DD5, adapted for the Saf-T-Liner C2, and the DD8, adapted for the Saf-T-Liner HDX.
When a pedestrian is detected, the system will alert the driver on an in-cabin tablet as well as through caution lights on the cross-view mirrors.
ESC will be standard on all new Saf-T-Liner C2 diesel and CNG school buses produced on or after July 23.
The new diesel engine will power a Saf-T-Liner HDX school bus that the OEM will showcase next month.
The New York State Head Mechanics Association’s Summer Seminar will take place on July 25 in Syracuse and includes training classes and opportunities to meet with suppliers.
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.
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.