New Flyer has been named the partner of choice in over $200 million in competitive grant awards through the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) 2023 Low-or No-Emission (Low-No) and Buses and Bus Facilities (BBF) programs, marking New Flyer’s best Low-No and BBF performance to date.

“New Flyer’s unique ability to deliver multiple propulsion systems on the same bus platform provides transit agencies with the most available low- and no- emission options of any bus manufacturer. With the consistent growth of funding for these FTA grant programs and strong public support, we are proud to work with transit agencies across the U.S. to pave the way for America’s zero-emission future”, said Chris Stoddart, President, North American Bus and Coach, NFI.


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