Transit Bus Technical Advisors

1577 Havenwood Drive
Oceanside, CA 92056

About Transit Bus Technical Advisors

The Transit Bus Technical Advisors (TBTA) team specializes in assisting transit agencies, bus manufacturers, and fellow consultants with technical expertise regarding diesel, CNG, hybrid-electric, fuel-cell, and all-electric heavy-duty buses in an advisory role, including, program management, project engineering management, FMVSS/CMVSS and state regulations, cutting-edge propulsion systems, body structure, business development and a myriad of industry available optional equipment along with a wide range of peripheral subjects.

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By Transit Bus Technical Advisors

Our services meet the highest industry standards and client expectations, and are based on the latest technologies and advancements worldwide. No matter what your needs are, our team will find the right solutions: • Guidance & interpretation of federal & state regulations • Guidance &... Read more »

By Transit Bus Technical Advisors

President John M. Maddox has more than 40 years of experience in the heavy-duty transit bus and school bus industry in various executive positions. Our services meet the highest industry standards and client expectations, and are based on the latest technologies and advancements worldwide. No... Read more »