Avail

Bus Manufacture

Ready to Deploy

Your fleet is always expanding. So how do you keep vehicle software and hardware consistent across your fleet? Avail partners with bus manufacturers for installation at the factory, so your buses arrive ready to deploy. And our products are all backwards compatible, so your new buses can have the latest Avail products while still integrating seamlessly with the rest of the fleet.

Features Include
  • Factory installation
  • Partnerships with all major North American bus manufacturers
  • Quicker Deployment

    Get new buses into revenue service more quickly

  • Keep Fleet Current

    With full backward compatibility, old and new buses integrate so you can use the latest features

  • Partnering with major Manufacturers
    • Gillig
    • New Flyer
    • and more
  • Seamless Installation

    Install system while bus is still at factory for any necessary troubleshooting

  • Easier Payment Structure

    Pay for myAvail at time of manufacture, not with aftermarket money

How can we help your transit agency?

AVTA’s On Time Performance Jumps

So far AVTA has been able to improve their schedules and went from performing 65% On Time to as high as 82%
Geraldina Romo Transit Analyst Read More

Here to Help

Or call us at 814-234-3394
Emre Karabulak Bus Manufacturer and Aftermarket Project Manager

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