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Keolis to Operate Ebusco Electric Bus Fleet in Northern Denmark

Keolis to Operate Ebusco Electric Bus Fleet in Northern Denmark

Nordjyllands Trafikselskab (NT) has selected Keolis to operate and maintain a fleet of 31 Ebusco 3.0 electric buses in Northern Denmark.

Australia: Kinetic Launches Electric Buses in Queensland

Australia: Kinetic Launches Electric Buses in Queensland

Kinetic has started operating five new battery electric buses in south-east Queensland, providing passengers with more sustainable transport.

Canada: Nova Bus to Deliver Electric Buses to Waterloo

Canada: Nova Bus to Deliver Electric Buses to Waterloo

Grand River Transit (GRT) has ordered six electric buses from Nova Bus to operate in the Waterloo Region of Ontario, Canada. 

Germany: MAN to Manufacture e-Bus Batteries in Nuremberg

Germany: MAN to Manufacture e-Bus Batteries in Nuremberg

MAN Truck & Bus has announced that it will manufacture high-voltage e-bus batteries at its Nuremberg site in Bavaria.

Bus Lanes in Seattle to Improve Service Reliability

Bus Lanes in Seattle to Improve Service Reliability

The Seattle Department of Transportation is constructing bus-only lanes to improve reliability some of Seattle's busiest routes. 

Spain: Irizar to Supply 30 Electric Buses in Valladolid

Spain: Irizar to Supply 30 Electric Buses in Valladolid

AUVASA has contracted Irizar e-mobility to supply 30 ie zero-emission electric buses and charging infrastructure in Valladolid, Spain.

Why Provide Clean Air on Special Purpose and Paratransit Buses?

Why Provide Clean Air on Special Purpose and Paratransit Buses?

Transportation agencies can improve the air quality for high-risk riders by removing harmful contaminants from the air with Lumin-Air’s filtration.

Why GTFS-rt Should Be Your Agency’s Common Data Language

Why GTFS-rt Should Be Your Agency’s Common Data Language

Swiftly breaks down the reasons why every transit agency should be using GTFS-rt as their common data language. 

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