Laketran Debuts Ohio’s First Electric Bus July 29th


(Cleveland, OH) Laketran is set to reveal Ohio's first electric bus on Thursday, July 29, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. as the company is converting 60% of its transit bus fleet to electric buses.

WHERE:       

 Frank J. Polivka Transit Center at Lakeland Community College

7601 Clocktower Dr. Kirtland, OH 44094

At the event, there will be:

·Laketran’s first indoor transit center with latest technology including ABB fast chargers for Ohio’s first electric buses and accessible LED real-time arrival signs.

·Charging demonstration of Laketran’s 35-foot New Flyer xcelsior CHARGE electric transit bus

·Laketran’s electric bus features the industry’s newest automatic wheelchair securement, the QStraint Quantum improving independence and accessibility for people with disabilities.

The Frank J. Polivka Transit Center at Lakeland Community College was built to improve access to higher education and training and to house the charging infrastructure for Laketran’s zero emissions, battery-operated electric bus fleet. Improving the customer experience, transit riders now enjoy an indoor waiting area, public restrooms, real-time route information, and Wi-Fi while taking Laketran.

Improving the customer experience, transit riders now enjoy an indoor waiting area, public restrooms, real-time route information, and Wi-Fi while taking Laketran.

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