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  1. Grande West CEO talks about his company and the Vicinity bus. http://www.theglobea...sfile&slug=9256 Sounds like they expect it to be certified for the US market before 2014 is over. For more info about the Vicinity bus, read this: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/international-business/asian-pacific-business/canadian-bus-manufacturer-takes-a-different-route/article16925804/
  2. Its April 2013 and New Flyer and Alexander Dennis are getting set to unveil their “MiDi” bus in North America. Conversation regarding this medium-duty low-floor has been lively (http://www.cptdb.ca/...ic=14910&st=120) Wikipedia says a midi bus "can be anywhere between 8 metres (26 ft 3 in) and 11 metres (36 ft 1 in) long. US federal government Altoona testing specifies a 10 year / 350,000 mile life cycle for a medium-duty bus. New Flyer has said their bus will cost 250 to 300 thousand each vs. 350 to 400 thousand for a heavy-duty bus. NFI plans to market the midi to customers who may no
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