Infrastructure and Fuel

When choosing what kind of fuel type your buses will use in your fleet, infrastructure is a large part of the decision-making process. There are costs to consider, as well as space and training your bus drivers and mechanics need for how to safely use new fueling or charging stations. The interesting part of infrastructure is that some fuel types have infrastructure that comes at little to no cost to you—and most providers will provide free training.

International Truck and IC Bus Showcase Advanced Technologies at Green Transportation Summit & Expo

TACOMA, WASH. — International Truck and IC Bus are showcasing the industry’s only fully integrated electric school bus, the chargE, at this year’s Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE). Additionally, IC Bus will host a ride and drive with chargE for conference attendees at the Pacific Raceways in Kent, Wash., on Thursday, April 19, at 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. PDT.

Blue Bird Sells Its 2,500th Gasoline-Powered School Bus

MACON, GA. — Blue Bird recently celebrated its 2,500th gasoline school bus sale. Over the past two years, sales of Blue Bird’s gasoline school buses have grown substantially, due to their low upfront costs, maintenance savings, cold weather startup, heating capabilities and public fueling accessibility.