|Feature photo March 2015|
|Bombardier recently completed production of their "classic" BiLevel coach. Since 1977, a total of 1,118 coaches have been built for a number of operators across North America. A new generation of BiLevel with Crash Energy Management features has entered production and will soon be delivered to GO Transit.|
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