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BROOKVILLE Light Rail Awards Liberty Modern Streetcar

BROOKVILLE's off-wire capable Liberty Modern Streetcar was honored as the Technical Innovation of the Year at the 2015 Global Light Rail Awards in London.

 

    


   

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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6/19/2017
BROOKVILLE Contracted to Design, Build Six Off-Wire Capable Liberty Streetcar Vehicles for Valley Metro’s Tempe Streetcar Project

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) will manufacture a streetcar fleet for Valley Metro Rail after being awarded a $33 million contract to design, build and deliver six off-wire capable Liberty Streetcars for the Tempe Streetcar.


4/12/2017
BROOKVILLE Completes Delivery of Off-Wire Capable Liberty Streetcar Vehicles to Detroit for QLINE Ahead of Schedule

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) delivered its fifth and sixth off-wire capable Liberty Streetcars to Detroit in March, wrapping up vehicle deliveries to the new QLINE streetcar line ahead of contractual delivery dates and prior to the QLINE’s recently announced May 12 start of revenue service.


10/11/2016
BROOKVILLE Earns Distinction of 'Highly Commended' for Manufacturer of the Year at Global Light Rail Awards in London

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) was honored as ‘Highly Commended’ for the category of Manufacturer of the Year at the Global Light Rail Awards on Wed., Oct 5 at London’s Honourable Artillery Company.


9/14/2016
BROOKVILLE Delivers First Off-Wire Capable Liberty Streetcar to Detroit’s M-1 RAIL Nearly Two Months Ahead of Schedule

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) delivered the first of six off-wire capable Liberty Streetcars to Detroit’s M-1 RAIL this week for service along the QLINE – set to open in 2017 – nearly two months ahead of contractual delivery.


7/29/2016
BROOKVILLE Ships Fourth Off-Wire Capable Liberty Streetcar to Dallas, Completing Option Cars Order Ahead of Schedule

Brookville Equipment Corporation’s (BROOKVILLE) fourth off-wire capable Liberty Streetcar departed for Dallas six months ahead of contractual delivery during the week of July 25, concluding manufacturing on an order of two option vehicles initiated in July 2015, which followed a base order of two vehicles delivered during the Spring of 2015.


6/29/2016
BROOKVILLE Ships Third Off-Wire Capable Liberty Streetcar to City of Dallas, Dallas Area Rapid Transit

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) shipped its third of four American-manufactured Liberty Streetcars on order to the City of Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) this week, marking the completion of the first of two vehicles ordered by DART in a contract option exercised in July of 2015. BROOKVILLE is delivering the first vehicle within 12 months of the exercised option’s Notice to Proceed and six months prior to contractual delivery.


3/24/2016
Oklahoma City Selects Brookville Equipment Corporation's Liberty Streetcars with Onboard Energy Storage Systems for MAPS 3 Transit Project

The City of Oklahoma City finalized a $24.9 million contract with Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) on March 22, 2016, for the supply of five Liberty Streetcars to support the City’s MAPS 3 Modern Streetcar program. The American-made, electric streetcars will operate downtown along a 2-mile east-west loop and a 4.9-mile north-south loop.


11/13/2015
Brookville Equipment Corporation to Supply Four Liberty Modern Streetcars for City of Milwaukee's Starter Line

The City of Milwaukee and Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) agreed to terms on November 13, 2015 for the supply of four Liberty Modern Streetcars to the city’s 2.1- route-mile starter line in a contract valued at $18,620,841, with an option for an additional 20 vehicles to support the system’s expected expansion and future development.


10/27/2015
Brookville Equipment Corporation to Restore and Modernize PCC Fleet for the El Paso Streetcar Project

The Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority (CRRMA), working with the City of El Paso, Texas, has agreed to terms with Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) for the complete overhaul, restoration, and modernization of six Presidents’ Conference Committee (PCC) streetcars originally manufactured in 1937. This agreement is for the forthcoming 4.8-mile El Paso Streetcar Project, which will return the City of El Paso’s PCC vehicles to service for the first time since 1974.


10/8/2015
BROOKVILLE Liberty Modern Streetcar with Onboard Energy Storage System Wins Technical Innovation of the Year at LRTA’s 2015 Global Light Rail Awards

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) earned the award for Technical Innovation of the Year for its Liberty Modern Streetcar, featuring an onboard energy storage system (OESS), at the ninth annual Global Light Rail Awards in London on Wed., Oct. 7.


9/10/2015
BROOKVILLE Gearing Up for Fall Events in Mining, Tunneling, Locomotive and Streetcar Industries

Brookville Equipment Corporation will exhibit at four industry events, covering every business unit the company serves, including mining, tunneling, freight locomotives, and commuter locomotive and streetcar products throughout September and October of 2015.


7/20/2015
City of Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit Exercise Two Vehicle Option on Off-Wire Liberty Modern Streetcars from BROOKVILLE

The City of Dallas and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) exercised an option on Thursday, July 9, 2015, for the delivery of two additional off-wire capable Liberty Modern Streetcars – extending a partnership with Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) that began with a March 2013 contract for two identical vehicles, delivered in the first half of 2015.


6/8/2015
Detroit's M-1 RAIL Traveling Off-Wire with BROOKVILLE's Liberty Modern Streetcars

Detroit-based M-1 RAIL and Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) agreed to terms on Friday, June 5 for the supply of six off-wire capable Liberty Modern Streetcars for the 3.3-mile Woodward Avenue line, set for delivery to begin in the fourth quarter of 2016, with a contract valued at $32 million.


3/25/2015
BROOKVILLE Delivers First Off-Wire Capable Liberty Modern Streetcar to DART for Dallas Downtown-to-Oak Cliff Line

DALLAS – Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) delivered the first of two off-wire capable Liberty Modern Streetcars to Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) on Fri., March 20, 2015, marking the first-ever delivery of an American designed and manufactured off-wire capable modern streetcar to a U.S. transit agency for the downtown Union Station to Oak Cliff streetcar line, slated to open in April 2015.


12/11/2014
Marion Van Fosson Appointed President of Brookville Equipment Corporation

Marion H. Van Fosson began his tenure as the President of Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, and will oversee the Pennsylvania-based manufacturer’s long-term strategy and daily operations across all business units, including mining, tunneling, locomotives, and streetcar products.


9/24/2014
Brookville Equipment Corporation to Perform End of Life Rebuild of 16 PCC Streetcars for San Francisco MTA

Brookville Equipment Corporation (BROOKVILLE) and the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) agreed to terms on Thursday, September 17, for the rebuild of 16 Presidents’ Conference Committee (PCC) streetcars, adding a minimum of 20 years of service life to the historic vehicles in a contract valued at nearly $34.5 million.


3/8/2013
Brookville Awarded Contract to Manufacture First American Designed and Produced Off-Wire Capable Modern Streetcars for City of Dallas

BROOKVILLE and DART sign $9.4 million contract ordering the production of two off-wire capable streetcars for downtown Union Station to Oak Cliff streetcar extension project


2/1/2013
BROOKVILLE-Powered Streetcars Delivering Football Fans to the Doorstep of the Super Bowl

New Orleans streetcar extension provides better access to citizens and visitors riding streetcars featuring BROOKVILLE propulsion systems.


4/13/2012
Advances in Wireless Power Reiterate BROOKVILLE’s Commitment to Innovative Technologies

BROOKVILLE is on the leading edge of wireless power capabilities with its creation of two battery powered streetcars that incorporate non contact recharging systems.


4/4/2012
Streetcar Revitalization Captures the Hearts of American Cities

Brookville Equipment Corporation is introducing its new modern streetcar design, costomized to enhance unique transportation systems across the United States. Streetcar initiatives are booming and BROOKVILLE is definitely taking notice!


3/21/2012
BROOKVILLE - Committed to Keeping it Green

BROOKVILLE strives to reduce the impact each piece of its equipment has on the environment by designing it to surpass current emission standards and include efficiencies that add the greatest value.


3/5/2012
Fleet Management Programs Improve Equipment Availability

BROOKVILLE develops Life Cycle Management (LCM) plans for its customers to offer turn-key service from product inception to retirement. A fleet-wide LCM program will maximize your equipment's profitability when the equipment has less down time.


2/2/2012
BROOKVILLE Streetcar Restoration Work Puts Cars back in Transit Service

Old streetcars are being restored and modernized by Brookville Equipment using the unique skills of a once popular industry to put cars back into transit service in New Orleans, Philadelphia and San Francisco.


1/12/2011
BROOKVILLE EQUIPMENT HAS STREETCAR FEVER.

This past year has been one of many colorful and unique streetcars on Brookville’s production floor. San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority’s (MUNI) had contracted Brookville for two separate street car rehabilitation programs on part of its fleet of light rail vehicles.