The X-Parts program will feature service and maintenance parts for all makes and models of buses, with parts sold exclusively through Blue Bird’s dealer network.
The school bus manufacturer donates one of its Blue Bird Vision Gasoline buses to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany.
Kobussen Buses Ltd. and Oshkosh Area School District donate the use of some of their propane school buses to transport attendees for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture event.
The new buses are part of the California Energy Commission's $94 million school bus replacement program to help pupil transportation providers replace more than 200 diesel school buses throughout the state.
The school bus manufacturer’s new 60,000-square-foot facility will provide paint coverage, minimize waste, and enhance efficiencies within Blue Bird’s production line.
Prestolite Electric’s Leece-Neville PowerPro Extreme 5 12V will be standard on Blue Bird's Vision, All American FE Diesel, and All American RE Diesel school buses.
Franklin Pierce Schools' new Blue Bird electric bus is part of the district’s effort to replace its fleet of diesel buses.
From purchasing and operating one school bus company to later establishing another from the ground up, Reliance Student Transportation President and CEO John Polli has proven his dedication and commitment to the school bus industry.
Chico Unified School District adds one electric school bus and Brawley Elementary School District receives three new electric buses.
West Fargo Public Schools’ new Blue Bird Vision electric bus can travel up to 120 miles between charges, and will recharge at the district’s onsite charging station.
As electric buses become a more feasible option for pupil transporters, operators in the U.S. and Canada are noting various benefits, including charging efficiency, fuel savings, and the need for consistent maintenance training.
The bus, which is now available for purchase, features an engine that is 90% cleaner than the national emissions standard, according to Roush CleanTech.
The school bus manufacturer shows its Blue Bird Vision Propane bus at the Atlanta Science Festival to educate students about the bus's technology.