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Demolition will soon begin on a heritage building in downtown Brantford, which was badly damaged during a fire in February. to complete. The cause of the fire has still not been determined. (CTV News file image of a Winnipeg Transit bus.).


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At the beginning of the s, Blue Bird stood as the fourth-largest manufacturer of school buses in the United States. In place of bringing all-new product lines to production, during the s, Blue Bird explored several methods of reducing the environmental impact of school buses, with several methods reaching production. Following a heart attack, A. Near the end of , the company suffered a major setback, as its Fort Valley factory was destroyed by fire nearly claiming the life of A. Instead of being family-run companies, school bus manufacturers were now owned by larger companies with ties to truck manufacturing. Along with alternative-fuel buses, Blue Bird became the first school bus manufacturer to develop fully electric school buses; during the s, technology limited its development to the prototype stage. In the early s, Blue Bird introduced its long-running company slogan: "Your Children's Safety is Our Business", appearing in company advertising and inside bus bodies into the s. To better compete with more modern designs of luxury recreational vehicles, Blue Bird began to update the design of the Wanderlodge. No longer supplemented by the baby-boom generation, student populations began to level off in the early s, with the school bus manufacturing segment becoming saturated. At the beginning of the decade, Blue Bird introduced its roofline brand emblem, becoming the first bus manufacturer to do so. The final Wanderlodge to share a body and chassis with the All American was produced in During the end of the s, the Blue Bird product line saw several changes. As the second quarter of the 20th century began, Albert Luce Sr. While the late s were calmer than the late s for the school bus industry, it still remained a time of relative turmoil for school bus manufacturers; this would carry into the s. While the s would prove successful for Blue Bird in school bus production, the company saw mixed results in other segments. In , the body underwent a complete redesign, including a higher roofline and flatter body sides; with several revisions, the current Blue Bird Vision and All American continue to use this body. To preserve sales, in , Blue Bird began the use of financing for bus acquisitions. In , the first major Blue Bird venture outside of school buses made its debut. Luce and his son George attended the Paris Auto Show. Company founder A. While assembling the bodies of the Conventional and All American, Blue Bird Central America lowered production and maintenance costs by using locally sourced chassis from Mercedes-Benz, Hino, Nissan Diesel, and Toyota in place of sharing components from the United States. Luce died in Shortly after, the three Luce sons sought to diversify the company product line, fearing that demand for school bus production would eventually recede; while the baby boom generation impacted student populations, the generation as a whole would complete high school shortly after In , the company launched bus assembly outside of North America for the first time, opening Blue Bird Central America in Guatemala. In a conference, Blue Bird engineers contributed to the selection of school bus yellow , still in use today. Derived loosely from the Q-Bus, the Envirobus served loosely as a testbed for safety-related technology along with the viability of CNG-powered school buses. Intended for mass evacuations, the vehicles were fitted four stretchers. In , the All American entered full-scale production. Currently in its sixth generation, the Blue Bird All American is the longest-running bus model line. 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The CV was produced through The s were considered models. Production was restarted on a makeshift assembly line on other company property, with some work completed under tents. By the s, the demand for school buses expanded the presence of Blue Bird from rural Georgia to multiple states across the Southern United States. After reverse-engineering the chassis design to modify American-produced vehicles , Blue Bird completed its first forward-control prototype in , naming it the All American. While the Vision used the same bus body as the long-running Conventional, engineering changes were made to optimize forward visibility. Following the introduction of the " wide body, the Wanderlodge line was redesigned entirely for effectively sharing only Blue Bird emblems with the All American. As part of its acquisition by Cerberus, Blue Bird gradually saw itself positioned exclusively into yellow school bus production, its largest market.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Completed in , the first bus completed by A. Luce retired from daily operations of Blue Bird, with operations of the company handled by his three sons; A. By the end of the decade, the company became the seventh-largest school bus manufacturer in the United States. In , the company developed a battery-powered school bus in an effort with Westinghouse Electronic Systems for a school district in California. As a running change during production, a new generation of the All American was introduced for the first time since Alongside a redesigned driver's compartment, the All American received a new powertrain lineup. After showing the company to potential buyers through much of , six buyers offered bids. In , on a trip to Europe, A. With the exception of the van-based Micro Bird, Blue Bird builds the chassis of each bus its produces. However, the largest change came in , as Blue Bird sought to replace the CV While initially developed to use the Ford F Super Duty chassis, the Vision underwent a major change before its release. As an option, a "high-headroom" body was introduced, raising interior height to 77 inches. Luce closed his automobile dealership to concentrate exclusively on bus production. Based on the All American for over 25 years, the Wanderlodge developed a loyal following, including celebrities and heads of state among their owners. In an effort to guarantee year-round demand, Blue Bird turned to exports for its buses, entering Central America and South America. Several school bus manufacturers underwent acquisition or changed hands AmTran and Thomas Built Buses ; by , several others Crown Coach, Carpenter, Gillig, Wayne would end school bus production forever. Luce or his three sons. L "Buddy" Luce, Jr. Unable to secure a chassis, Luce instead purchased the display vehicle, importing it to the United States. In , the company began production of full-steel bus bodies, an innovation which soon replaced the wooden bodies which were then in common use around the United States. The early use of farm wagons on a part-time basis soon evolved into purpose-built school bus products, each with economy and function as major priorities. However, during the early s, due to financial difficulties of its other parent company, Blue Bird was sold from Henlys in As the number of full-size school bus manufacturers had been cut from seven to three from to , Blue Bird began on making its school bus products more competitive during the early part of the decade. Coinciding with the redesign of the General Motors medium-duty truck line, General Motors entered into a year supply agreement with Blue Bird, starting early in , as a model. Along with a full-height entry door, the Micro Bird added windows forward of the entry door to aid loading-zone visibility. Currently, Blue Bird concentrates its product lineup on school and activity buses and specialty vehicle derivatives. During the early s, following the success of its school bus product lines, Blue Bird commenced efforts to further diversify its product lines. After 10 years of weak sales, the Blue Bird City Bird was discontinued in Despite volatile sales in recreational vehicles, the Wanderlodge remained successful, accounting for nearly 1 in 5 Blue Bird vehicles sold. Due to a combination of unsatisfactory construction quality of the bus body and the rough conditions of the rural Georgia roads, the wooden bus body started to disintegrate before the customer had finished paying for the vehicle. Alongside its buses for the Navy, Blue Bird also produced ambulance buses. Using the heavy-duty frame and all-steel body to its advantage, the vehicle was marketed as higher-quality than other RVs of the time; the interior was largely built to order. Entering the transit bus segment, the Company introduced the City Bird, a rear-engine variant of the All American developed for smaller mass-transit routes. In , Blue Bird introduced a panoramic windshield design, used on the All American through and still on use on the Vision. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Best known for its production of school buses , the company has also manufactured a wide variety of other bus types, including transit buses , motorhomes , and specialty vehicles such as mobile libraries and mobile police command centers. After viewing a GM-chassis forward-control bus on display, Luce sought to buy a similar bus chassis to produce with a Blue Bird body. 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