City firm scores $22M Cal­gary con­tract

Saskatoon StarPhoenix - - CITY + REGION -

A Saska­toon busi­ness has se­cured a five-year, $22-mil­lion con­tract with Cal­gary Tran­sit.

Crest­line Coach, a sup­plier of small- to mid-sized buses as well as am­bu­lance and spe­cialty ve­hi­cles, will help Cal­gary Tran­sit re­new its com­mu­nity shut­tle fleet, said a news re­lease.

Crest­line part­nered with ARBOC Spe­cialty Ve­hi­cles to build a com­mu­nity shut­tle bus that is eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble for all pas­sen­gers, in­clud­ing those with limited mo­bil­ity. With a low-floor en­try and flat floor de­sign, the ve­hi­cle of­fers a wide range of mo­tion and ma­noeu­vra­bil­ity for wheel­chair pas­sen­gers.

In its large man­u­fac­tur­ing fa­cil­ity in Saska­toon, Crest­line will han­dle elec­tri­cal in­stal­la­tion and elec­tri­cal sys­tem val­i­da­tion along with fi­nal ve­hi­cle prepa­ra­tion be­fore de­liv­ery to Cal­gary.

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