The Gillig Low Floor is a transit bus manufactured by the Gillig Corporation in Hayward, California. Nicknamed "Advantage" due to the low-floor design for wheelchair access, the Gillig Low Floor was introduced in 1996 and is available in 29', 35' and 40' lengths. A diesel-electric hybrid version was introduced in 2004. Frameless side windows are an optional feature. The front section of the bus, including both doorways, is low-floor. The front door is equipped with a wheelchair ramp which may be operated via an electronic motor or manually, and steps lead up to the high-floor section behind the rear door. The Gillig Low Floor bus is also available in a suburban version.

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  • The Gillig Low Floor is a transit bus manufactured by the Gillig Corporation in Hayward, California. Nicknamed "Advantage" due to the low-floor design for wheelchair access, the Gillig Low Floor was introduced in 1996 and is available in 29', 35' and 40' lengths. A diesel-electric hybrid version was introduced in 2004. Frameless side windows are an optional feature. The front section of the bus, including both doorways, is low-floor. The front door is equipped with a wheelchair ramp which may be operated via an electronic motor or manually, and steps lead up to the high-floor section behind the rear door. The Gillig Low Floor bus is also available in a suburban version. (en)
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  • right
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  • *29: 28 *35':32 *40':40
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  • A Gillig Low-Floor in service for Harrisonburg Transit in Harrisonburg, Virginia
  • Gillig BRT shown with frameless side windows
  • Gillig Trolley Replica
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  • Integral
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  • 1996 (xsd:integer)
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  • Variants
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  • CDTA Gillig Hybrid.jpg
  • EMTA Bayliner 3.jpg
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  • 250 (xsd:integer)
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  • Interior view from rear
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  • HDPT 41 interior.jpg
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  • Many around North America
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  • Various customer options
  • Various body options
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  • The Gillig Low Floor is a transit bus manufactured by the Gillig Corporation in Hayward, California. Nicknamed "Advantage" due to the low-floor design for wheelchair access, the Gillig Low Floor was introduced in 1996 and is available in 29', 35' and 40' lengths. A diesel-electric hybrid version was introduced in 2004. Frameless side windows are an optional feature. The front section of the bus, including both doorways, is low-floor. The front door is equipped with a wheelchair ramp which may be operated via an electronic motor or manually, and steps lead up to the high-floor section behind the rear door. The Gillig Low Floor bus is also available in a suburban version. (en)
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  • Gillig Low Floor (en)
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  • Gillig Low Floor (en)
  • Gillig Advantage (en)
  • Gillig H2000LF (en)
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