Metro Magazine

SEP-OCT 2014

Magazine serving the bus and rail transit & motorcoach operations since 1904

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 123 of 143

120 < m ETRO m AGAZINE SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014 RICK LEHNERT, PRESIDENT (717) 246-2627 Trans/Air Manufacturing is an ISO 9001:2008-registered frm commit- ted to providing high quality climate control products and services to the transportation industry. Systems, service, training, warranty and new or aftermarket installations are available throughout North America. APTA display will feature RT65 & SL900 rooftop systems. BOOTH #3353 Trans/Air Manufacturing Corp. SHANE TOM (574) 361-9077 The Terra Transit shuttle bus is an economical compli- ment to Turtle Top's mid-size feet. Riders will fnd it easy to enter and exit with ample headroom, aisle passage and seating for up to 25 passengers (plus driver). Turtle Top maintains the same safety standards and steel-cage con- struction that they are known for. BOOTH #1163 Turtle Top KEVIN ESCHWEILER (641) 394-1070 Innovator, designer and manufacturer of vehicle access door hardware ofering a wide range of handles, latches, striker bolts, linkages and complete door access systems and related components. TriMark products are designed for the bus/mass transit, recreational vehicle, agricultur- al, truck, construction, emergency and industrial enclo- sure markets. BOOTH #2567 TriMark Corp. TRANSDEV (800) 225-8880 Transdev North America, previously known as Veolia Transportation, is based in Lombard, Ill. Transdev is the largest private-sector operator of multi- ple modes of transit in North America, including bus, rail, paratransit, shuttle, and sedan and taxi services. Globally, Transdev operates public transportation in 20 countries. Transdev is committed to being the trusted partner of cit- ies, transit authorities and airports through quality execu- tion and innovations in mobility. BOOTH #5237 Transdev North America

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Metro Magazine - SEP-OCT 2014