The school bus manufacturer shows its Blue Bird Vision Propane bus at the Atlanta Science Festival to educate students about the bus's technology.
Officials at Dynamic Specialty Services say that the new facility in Edmonton, Alberta, will offer a range of parts and Blue Bird buses.
The school bus manufacturer cites lower upfront costs and ease of fueling accessibility as key factors in the growing sales of its Vision Gasoline bus.
Even though ESC is not required on new school buses in the U.S.,many OEMs are making the technology standard, guaranteeing school districts provide safe, efficient transportation for students.
Bethel School District’s new Blue Bird Vision Propane buses are expected to produce nitrogen oxide emissions at 0.02 NOx.
A growing demand for propane buses in recent years has sparked an influx of training programs for maintenance technicians. Here, industry experts share top tips and best practices for maintaining propane school buses.
The standard ESC feature is available for buses equipped with air brakes, and the backup camera systems apply to all new Blue Bird school buses built in 2019.
The West Fargo Public Schools board of directors provides $314,200 in funding for the district's and state's first electric-powered school bus.
Leander Independent School District’s new Blue Bird Vision propane buses are expected to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by more than 130,000 pounds.
With healthy property tax revenue and high demand to replace old school buses, industry sales will hit recent highs again this year, says the Blue Bird CEO. Meanwhile, the manufacturer has new electric models hitting the road and a new propane engine with ultra-low NOx emissions, helping fuel a shift toward more non-diesel buses.
Lafayette Parish Schools uses its share of the state’s Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust dollars to buy 10 Blue Bird Vision Propane buses. Louisiana is the first state to disburse its VW funds.
Cooper Tire and Rubber Company will install its WORK Series line of truck and bus radial tires on all Blue Bird school buses.
Customers in California and Ontario will operate a total of seven Blue Bird Type D electric buses and one Micro Bird Type A electric model.