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APTA 2017: Winning Techs, Winning Technology

The 2017 American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Bus and Paratransit Conference provided a great opportunity for transportation authorities to witness Cummins Smart Efficiency™ initiative and provided them with a glimpse into Cummins advanced Connected Solutions for transit bus operations. One of the highlights of the week was the International Bus Roadeo, featuring teams from as far away as Edmonton, Ontario, and Oahu, Hawaii. Two events directly involved Cummins: the Allison® Transmission/Cummins EMP powertrain and the Cummins/Voith® powertrain event. Using ISL9 engines and Cummins INSITE,™ they raced to perform a series of diagnostic tests. That and a driving skills competition formed the basis for determining a grand champion.

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Proven Performance: Cummins Engines for 2017 Motorcoaches Build on Proven Legacy

At the recent United Motorcoach Association (UMA) trade show in St. Louis, Cummins confirmed that its 2017 engine lineup for the motorcoach market will continue with highly successful, established products, but will also feature some notable improvements, such as increased horsepower, greater efficiency and increased diagnostic capabilities. The new L9™ continues the established legacy of the ISL9 and ISX12 engines, with both being 2017 greenhouse gas (GHG) Phase 1-compliant.

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Peace of Mind With Extended Coverage Plans

Extended Coverage Plans are a great way for school bus fleets and urban transit departments to keep tight control over expenses. Cummins offers a wide variety of terms and coverage plans to suit the needs of our customers. The key is picking out the right one from the outset. Check out this summary of the key information you need to know.

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Clearly Better: Bus Engines for 2013

Cummins bus engines meet the 2013 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations as well as the 2014 greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel-efficiency standards. This means that the ISX12, ISL9, ISB6.7 and ISL G have the cleanest ratings available. Increased combustion efficiency and reduced parasitic loads on our diesel engines result in improved fuel economy compared to 2012 engines. Read the full story for more on our 2013 bus engines.

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