Washington Metro's first two 60-foot electric buses have entered service on route W4 from Anacostia to Deanwood.
NFI has received new orders from California’s Omnitrans to deliver 22 New Flyer electric and hydrogen-powered 40-foot transit buses.
NFI's subsidiary, New Flyer of America, has extended the range of its articulated Xcelsior CHARGE NG electric bus by 30%.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) has added two hydrogen fuel cell electric buses to its fleet.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has contracted New Flyer of America to supply 80 low-floor battery-electric buses.
NFI's New Flyer of America will deliver 26 battery-electric Xcelsior CHARGE NG transit buses to the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA).
NFI's subsidiary, New Flyer has received an order from the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) to supply up to 621 battery-electric buses.