In the bus and coach sector, infrastructure encompasses two main areas: charging infrastructure for electric buses and buses using alternative forms of traction, such as hydrogen; and passenger infrastructure, covering all products and services in the bus and coach sector that are not located on the vehicle itself – for example at coach stations. This section features suppliers and news from both of those areas. You can specify your search further to find out more about these different sub-areas.
Schunk Transit Systems is one of the world's leading suppliers in the field of reliable power transmission technologies.
PSI Transcom GmbH develops process control solutions for transport companies to ensure reliable, safe and efficient operations.
Heliox provides the ideal charging solutions to keep your vehicles running on the road smoothly and efficiently.
Cisco’s expanded portfolio offers practical, forward-thinking solutions for every mode of transportation.
Electreon has developed technology that charges EV's dynamically as they drive and statically as they park, eliminating range anxiety.
Comeca Group offers integrated, ultra-fast smart charging solutions for buses, as well as vehicle charging and power distribution solutions.
Totalkare is the UK’s leading provider of lifting and testing solutions for heavy duty commercial workshops and bus/coach depots.
Ebusco is a pioneer and a forerunner in the development of electric buses and charging systems, mainly for the European market.
Siemens is a leading provider of innovative systems, solutions and products for all kinds of medium & heavy duty electric commercial vehicles.
Solaris Bus & Coach is set to deliver 10 new electric buses to the City of Gniezno, following a recent agreement between the two parties.
New vehicle charging facilities at Dublin Bus' Summerhill Depot have been completed and are due to enter operation this week.
TransLink has announced that three new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors will be established in Metro Vancouver.
Silviya Barrett, Director of Policy and Research at Campaign for Better Transport looks at why the government should support the use of bus lanes.
Hitachi and FirstGroup will purchase up to 1,000 electric bus batteries through a new joint venture for FirstGroup’s First Bus division.
The FTA has announced it has awarded a 110.6 million USD construction grant to the city of Madison, Wisconsin.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has launched its Bus Priority Vision and Toolkit to support investments in 26 corridors.
The ELINA project will feature 1 km of Electreon’s wireless dynamic charging, installed in two phases on Wilhelmstraße,.
In June 2023, Electreon announced plans to deploy their technology as part of the first wireless Electric Road System in Norway.
In August 2020, Electreon initiated road work construction on its wireless Electric Road System project in Germany.
In 2022, Electreon announced an agreement with Electra Afikim to install stationary wireless charging at the Afikim bus parking lot depot.
Electreon integrated its wireless charging systems for Dan’s electric buses to charge at the Reading Terminal in north Tel Aviv.
In 2020 the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality initiated a pilot project to install Electreon’s wireless Electric Road System technology.
Bus-News magazine Issue 1, January 2023: Schunk - Schunk Smart Charging Charges Electric Buses All over the World.