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Revision as of 20:36, 14 June 2019

The following are transit bus or coach orders that have been placed, but not yet delivered. This information is based on board minutes, agendas, meetings, press releases, etc. However, information may be subject to change and may not be 100% accurate.

Note to posters: All orders noted should have a reference included when possible. No heresy, rumors or speculation please. If a specific model or number of units for an order is unknown then leave that section blank.

Orders: Manufacturer Unknown

The following agencies have purchased/ordered buses, but the manufacturer is unknown.

Agency/Operator Type (if known) Number of Units Notes
Blue Water Area Transit - Port Huron, MI Electric 2 Awarded US$1.5 million by the Federal Transit Administration.[1]
Flint Mass Transportation Authority - Flint, MI CNG 32 Awarded US$12.8 million by the Federal Transit Administration.[2]
Stark Area Regional Transit Authority - Canton, OH Hydrogen Fuel Cell 3 Awarded US$4 million by the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.[3]
Coast Mountain Bus Company, Vancouver BC CNG or Hybrid 40' 19 for 2020
  • Mentioned in the Mayors Council Meeting for May 2019 [4]
Hybrid 60' 30 for 2021
CNG or Hybrid 40' 48 for 2021

Orders by Manufacturer

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Coast Mountain Bus Company - Vancouver, BC Enviro500 32 for 2019
Foothill Transit - San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys, CA Enviro500EV 2 for 2019[5]
GO Transit - Greater Golden Horseshoe, ON Enviro500 SuperLo TBD for 2019
Orangeville Transit - Orangeville, ON Enviro200 1 for 2019[6]
Unitrans - Davis, CA Enviro500 2 for 2018

BYD

Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority - Martha's Vineyard, MA 4 for 2018[7]
Réseau de transport de Longueuil - Longueuil, QC K7M 5 for 2019
Société de transport de Montréal - Montréal, QC K7M 4 for 2019
Toronto Transit Commission - Toronto, ON K9M 10 for 2019

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  • Note: Does not include cutaways produced at the Salina plant.
Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Foothill Transit - San Gabriel & Pomona Valleys, CA Axess BRT 40' 5 for 2018-2019[8]
LACMTA - Los Angeles, CA Axess BRT 40' 295 for 2018-2019[9][10] Includes options of 305 buses.

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Chatham Area Transit - Savannah, GA 35' and 40' diesels
models unknown
18 35'[11][12]
8 40'[11][12]
  • The 18 35-foot bus order is made through the Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County's Heavy Duty Transit Bus Consortium.
  • The 8 40-foot bus order is piggybacked from Charlotte Area Transit System's options.
Community Connector - Bangor, ME Low Floor 29' 5[13][14] Piggybacked from CTtransit's options.
Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority - Dayton, OH Low Floor 40'
BRT ETB 40'
17 for 2019[15]
26 for 2019[16]
King County Metro - Seattle, WA Low Floor HEV 40' 139 for 2018
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority - Atlanta, GA 40' CNG, model unknown 235 for 2018[17] Includes options of 35 buses.
Norwalk Transit System - Norwalk, CA CNG, unknown model and length 1 for 2019[18]
San Diego Metropolitan Transit System - San Diego, CA Low Floor CNG 40' 250[19] Includes options to purchase up to 100 buses.
Cherriots - Salem, OR Low Floor CNG 35' and 40' 4 35' for March 2019[20]
4 40' for March 2019[21]
2 40' for August 2019[22]
7 40' for August 2019[23]
The two for August 2019 are going to have a commuter style layout and are for the 1X Express.
Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation - (Suburban) Detroit, MI BRT 40' 40 for 2019[24] Will be slated for Fast.
TriMet - Portland, OR Low Floor BRT 40' 44 for 2018
20 for 2019
Features TriMet's new paint scheme.
Valley Metro - Phoenix, AZ Low Floor 40' CNG or Diesel. 52 for 2018 (RPTA)
  • All buses for the RPTA to be CNG-powered.
  • Fuel type unknown for 2017-2020 Phoenix buses.

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Medicine Hat Transit - Medicine Hat, AB Vicinity 35' 6 CNG & 5 diesel for 2019

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Bow Valley Regional Transit Services Commission (Roam) - Bow Valley, AB D45 CRT LE 4 for 2019[25]
New Jersey Transit - New Jersey D4500CT TBD for 2019
Southwest Transit - Chanhassen, Chaska, Eden Prarie, MN D45 CRT LE 2 for 2019[26]

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
AC Transit - Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, CA XE40 and XHE40 5 XE40s[27]
10 XHE40s for 2018[28]
  • The XE40 order is a granted award of US$1.5 million by the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.[3]
  • The XHE40 order is funded in part by the California Air Resources Board’s Low Carbon Transportation and Air Quality Improvement Program.
Blacksburg Transit - Blacksburg, VA XD60 4 for 2018[29] Ordered from the Commonwealth of Virginia's options.
Coast Mountain Bus Company/TransLink - Greater Vancouver, BC XE40
XN40
XDE60
2 XE40 for 2019[30] [31]
47 XN40 for 2019[32][33]
110 XDE60 for 2018/2019[34][35]
  • XE40: $7 million funding for electric bus project approved by Vancouver Board Of Directors
  • XN40: 47 units added to order in June 2017 TransLink Board Meeting update, confirmed in June 2018, then delayed to 2019 to accelerate delivery of XDE60
  • XDE60: 11 2018 units added to initial order of 52 units in June 2017 TransLink Board Meeting update, confirmed in June 2018, option exercised for 47 more units in 2019 confirmed in March 2019 board meeting [36]
GO Transit - Oshkosh, WI XD40 and XD35 5 XD35s for 2018
2 XD40s for 2018 [37]
Exercised options.
Golden Empire Transit - Bakersfield, CA XN40 24 for 2018[38]
Greater Portland Transit District - Portland, ME XD40 and XN40 6 XD40s for 2018[39][40]
5 XN40s for 2018[39][40]
4 XN40s for 2019[39]
4 XN40s for 2020[39]
LACMTA - Los Angeles, CA XE60 and XN60 5 XE60s[41]
35 XE60s[42]
65 XN60s[43]
  • The order of 5 XE60 buses was purchased from a US$4.2 million grant by the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.[3]
  • The order of 35 XE60 buses includes options to purchase up to 65 buses.
  • The order of 65 XN60 buses includes options to purchase up to 235 buses.
Maryland Transit Administration - Baltimore, MD XD40 140[44][45]
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) - Boston, MA XE60 5 for 2018[46][47]
Metropolitan Transportation Authority - New York, NY XD40, XD60, and XE60 367 XD40s for 2018-2019 (NYCT)[48][49]
108 XD60s for 2018-2019 (NYCT)[50][51]
15 XE60s for 2019[52]
XD40 and XD60 orders are exercised options from separate contracts.
Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) - Miami and Miami-Dade County, FL XN40 300 for 2018-2019[53]
New Jersey Transit - NJ XD60 85 for 2020[54]
Orange County Transportation Authority - Orange County, CA XHE40 10 for 2019[28] Funded in part by the California Air Resources Board’s Low Carbon Transportation and Air Quality Improvement Program.
San Diego Metropolitan Transit System - San Diego, CA XN60 30 for 2018[55] Includes options to purchase up to 20 buses.
San Francisco Municipal Railway - San Francisco, CA XDE60 and XT40 69 XDE60s for 2017-2018[56]
185 XT40s for 2018-2019[57]
  • The XDE60 order is the last set of exercised options.
  • The XT40 order is an exercised option order from the King County Metro contract.
Sangamon Mass Transit District - Springfield, IL XD40 and XN35 8 XD40s for 2018[58]
9 XN35s for 2018[58]
Exercised options.
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority - Santa Clara, CA XDE60 47 for 2018[59] Includes options of 8 buses.
Société de transport de Laval - Laval, QC XE40 10 for 2019-2020[60]
Société de transport de Montréal - Montréal, QC XE40 30 for 2019-2020[60]
Spokane Transit Authority - Spokane, WA XD60 7 for 2018[61][62] Ordered from the Washington State Cooperative Contract.
SunLine Transit Agency - Coachella Valley, CA XHE40 5[63] Funded by the California Climate Investments and the California Air Resources Board.
Toronto Transit Commission - Toronto, ON XE40 20 for 2019
TriMet - Portland, OR XE40 5 for 2018[64]
University of Utah Campus Shuttle - Salt Lake City, UT XE40 2 for 2018[65][66] Awarded a portion of US$5.4 million in a partnership with Utah Transit Authority by the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.[3]
Utah Transit Authority - Salt Lake City, UT XDE60 and XE40 3 XE40s for 2018[65][66] Part of an granted award of US$5.4 million in partnership with University of Utah Campus Shuttle by the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.[3]
Valley Metro - Phoenix, AZ XD60 and XN60[67] 60 XD60s and/or XN60s for 2017-2019 (Phoenix)
10 XN60s for 2018 (RPTA)

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Bow Valley Regional Transit Services Commission - Bow Valley, AB LFS 3 for 2019[68]
Capital Area Transportation Authority - Lansing, MI LFS
LFS Artic
19 for 2019[69]
4 for 2019[69]
Coast Mountain Bus Company (TransLink) - Greater Vancouver, BC LFSe 2 for 2019[70] [71]
  • LFSe: $7 million funding for electric bus project approved by Vancouver Board Of Directors
Maryland Transit Administration - Baltimore, MD LFS
LFS Artic
310 between 2019 and 2024[72]
40 between 2019 and 2024[72]
OC Transpo - Ottawa, ON LFS 82 for 2019[73]
Regional Transit Service - Rochester, NY LFS 15 for 2019[74]
Société de transport de Montréal - Montréal, QC LFSe 4 for 2019[75]
Toronto Transit Commission - Toronto, ON LFS HEV 200 for 2019

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Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes

Proterra

Agency/Operator Model (if known) Number of Units Notes
Chicago Transit Authority - Chicago, IL Catalyst BE40 20 for late 2018/early 2019[76]
Edmonton Transit Service - Edmonton, ON Catalyst BE40 25 for 2019[77]
King County Metro - Seattle, WA Catalyst BE40 2 for late 2018[78]
Los Angeles Department of Transportation - Los Angeles, CA Catalyst BE35 25 for 2019[79]
Park City Transit - Park City, UT Catalyst BE35 7 for 2019[80]
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - NY & NJ Catalyst BE40 E2 12 for 2019[81]
San Mateo County Transit District - San Mateo County, CA Catalyst BE40 10 for 2019[82]
SMART - Wilsonville, OR Catalyst BE35 2 for 2019[83] Expected to be in service in Summer 2019.
Toronto Transit Commission - Toronto, ON Catalyst BE40 10 for 2019

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