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Making History Bus Market

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Cummins Goes Electric At APTA

The world’s foremost public transportation event – the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Expo – took place in Atlanta in October, and one of the biggest highlights was the announcement about an all-electric bus being developed jointly by GILLIG and Cummins. Utilizing advanced battery pack technology, a direct-drive traction motor and a regenerative braking system, this bus is anticipated to run 200 miles on a single charge with zero emissions. Attendees were also eager to see the wide range of Cummins products on display for the public transportation market, including the L9™ diesel, the near-zero L9N™ natural gas engine from Cummins Westport and the QSK95™ used in high-speed passenger trains.

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Cummins B6.7™ Stop-Start Technology Reduces Fuel Use by up to 15 Percent

The advanced Stop-Start technology available on Cummins B6.7 engines for 2017 enables public and private school bus operators to lower their total cost of ownership dramatically. Cummins Stop-Start technology has been proven to cut fuel use and costs by as much as 15 percent while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It also helps reduce noise, so drivers can concentrate better on traffic and students, enhancing safety. Cummins Stop-Start is offered as an option on 2017 B6.7 engines.

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ISL G NZ Now Shipping

Concerns about air quality in our major cities continues to be a driving force behind the spec’ing of natural gas engines in North American transit fleets. This is particularly true in urban districts that have been designated as non-attainment zones by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The good news is that Cummins ISL G Near Zero natural gas engine is now shipping for installation in transit buses. The ISL G NZ achieves 90 percent lower NOx levels than the current EPA limit of 0.2 g/bhp-hr, and meets 2017 EPA greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions requirements, with a 9 percent GHG reduction from that of the current ISL G.

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Power to Move the Masses

Whether it’s a 60-foot articulated transit bus with an L9, a Class-D school bus with a B6.7 or an airport shuttle with an ISB6.7 G, Cummins offers the widest range of power choices in the transportation industry, from diesel to natural gas to hybrid engines. All utilize a common architecture for proven performance with simplified service. All feature integrated design, for optimum performance and efficiency. And all are backed by the biggest and best service and support network in North America.

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Fully Integrated Aftertreatment Systems for Optimal Performance

Cummins Emission Solutions is committed to offering products that not only meet stringent emissions requirements, but also provide direct customer benefits. In 2017, school bus, motorcoach and transit bus applications will meet 2017 emissions regulations with the Single Module aftertreatment system. Cummins L9 for transit applications will continue to use the modular aftertreatment architecture similar to today’s proven technology.

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