Cummins Inc. presented its comprehensive engine lineup for public transportation customers at the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Expo in Houston. Products available for both transit bus and rail markets were on display, representing...
The EPA Tier 4 regulations take effect Jan. 1, 2015, for line-haul locomotives, with particulate matter (PM) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions reduced by over 70 percent compared with the current Tier 3 regulations.
For the first time in North America, transit bus operators will be able to employ engine stop/start technology to shut off bus engines as passengers board and disembark, reducing air and noise pollution as well as fuel consumption.
Crosspoint Kinetics, LLC, a newly formed subsidiary of Cummins Crosspoint LLC, launches a second-generation parallel-electric hybrid system for small para-transit bus, shuttle bus, and package delivery applications.
The G Series platform is an in-line six cylinder engine, and will be available in 10.5- and 11.8-liter displacements to meet a broad variety of on-highway and off-highway global market requirements and emissions standards.