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TransitWorks Dealer McMahon Automotive Group has a very blessed customer.

A brand-new and much-needed Ford cargo van was blessed on Oct. 6 by Father James Sullivan, chaplain of the Little Sisters of the Poor’s Holy Family Home in West Philadelphia.

By Lou Baldwin

When a brand-new and much-needed Ford cargo van built by TransitWorks was blessed on Oct. 6 by Father James Sullivan, chaplain of the Little Sisters of the Poor’s Holy Family Home in West Philadelphia, it was the culmination of a long process. It involved many donors, mostly from Knights of Columbus councils throughout the region. The project to obtain the van traces back two Decembers ago when the Fourth Degree Knights of Father Tomko Assembly in the Lansdale area held their annual Christmas Party for Nuns. Steve Finley, a member of John E. Doyle Council, happened to strike up a conversation with Sister Veronica Susan of the Little Sisters of the Poor. He was so impressed by what she told him about their work that he gave her his card in case he could be of assistance sometime.

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NICE and TransitWorks partner for ABLE-Ride

This Nassau agency knows it can depend on the Ohio-based manufacturer to meet its expanding expectations for safety and reliability

In 2015, NICE sent out a Request for Proposals (RFP) for 34 vehicles which they ultimately awarded to TransitWorks, after a demonstration of the SmartFloor and the vehicle’s handling capabilities by a TransitWorks’ regional sales representative. “We needed a vehicle that was flexible, which allowed us more efficiency in its operations, easier maintenance, better fuel economy and – most importantly – a much more comfortable ride for our passengers,” Khzouz says. “With that understanding, we built a spec that wasn’t targeted toward any specific vehicle. Once we were introduced to the TransitWorks solution and compared it to a lot of others, we liked what we saw.”

TransitWorks drove a prototype vehicle to New York for a thorough NICE review, before deliveries were to be completed. After keeping the vehicle for a brief review process and New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) inspection, NICE had a few notes for the manufacturer. TransitWorks readily accepted them and got to work.

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MobilityWorks Named to the 2017 Inc. 500|5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies

USAs Largest Accessible Van Retailer a 12-Time Inc. 5000 Honoree

MobilityWorks®, the nation's largest retailer of wheelchair accessible vans, announced today that has been named to the 2017 Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of America’s fastest-growing private companies. MobilityWorks (aka WMK) ranked No. 2545 based on a three-year growth rate of 139 percent, marking the twelfth year that the company has been included on the list. “We are extremely honored to have been recognized again by Inc. magazine,” said Eric Mansfield, President of MobilityWorks. “All of our consumer showroom and commercial sales teams are focused on delivering great service and meeting the specific needs of each client. That really is the key to our success and continued growth.”

MobilityWorks also provides wheelchair vans for rent and adaptive equipment such as hand controls, turning seats and scooter lifts. MobilityWorks also sells a variety of transport vehicles to business clients throughout the United States. Its TransitWorks division, a leading upfitter of Ford, Ram, and Mercedes commercial vans, has manufacturing operations in Akron, OH and Kansas City, KS.

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MobilityWorks Named to the 2017 Inc. 500|5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies

DC: MetroAccess Adding More Than 200 New Paratransit Vans to Fleet

Source: Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (METRO)

TransitWorks custom designed and built the vans to meet specific needs of MetroAccess customers

Customers of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's paratransit service, MetroAccess, will experience a safer, better ride with the addition of 207 new accessible vans that began arriving this month. The new vehicles will expand the fleet serving customers with disabilities by 50 vehicles (7 percent) while also retiring some of the oldest vehicles in the fleet. The new vehicles have enhanced safety features, including improved LED lighting, rear cameras providing operators with a rearward-facing view when backing and a collision avoidance system.

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Photo credit: Metro

Certificate of Acheivement
Safety and Quality are what TransitWorks strives for everyday in the workplace, and because of their diligence, TransitWorks / MobilityWorks has been awarded, by the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation, a certificate for achieving over 802,000 continuous hours without time lost due to injury.This incredible achievement spanned over the course of over 28 consecutive months. We are proud of all the hard work and dedication by MobilityWorks and TransitWorks employees in Ohio.Congratulations!!

Huntington Insights: Making the World More Accessible

An excellent article about our founder and CEO in the Huntington Insight Magazine called “Making the World More Accessible”

Photography by Toby Shingleton
By: Brooken Bates | Volume 4, Issue 4

A disabling accident or illness can change someone’s life forever, making it more difficult to move around or even to leave the house. In this situation, some people shut down, resigned to being stuck at home because of limited mobility.

Bill Koeblitz and his team at MobilityWorks want these individuals to know they’re not trapped — they just haven’t found the right transportation yet.

“We want to make the world accessible,” says Koeblitz, MobilityWorks’ founder and CEO. “It’s always been our focus to enable people who use wheelchairs to go where they want to go and do what they want to do.”

MobilityWorks helps individuals using wheelchairs regain their freedom and stay active by offering a wide selection of wheelchair-accessible vehicles for both consumer and commercial use.

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Chapman Partnership receives new van to transport seniors, disabled

By: Isabel Gamarra | March 3, 2017

Chapman Partnership’s 2016 12-passenger Ford Van is fully equipped with a wheelchair lift and three wheelchair securement devices.

Seniors 55 and older as well as residents with disabilities at Chapman Partnership will receive augmented transporation assistance through the federally funded Section 5310 program, awarding Chapman Partnership a 2016, 12-passenger Ford Van fully equipped with a wheelchair lift and three wheelchair securement devices.

The Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5310 program provides forumla funding to states for the purpose of assisting private nonprofit groups in meeting the transportation needs of older adults and people with disabilities. The van will assist in addressing transportation barriers experienced by Chapman Partnership residents when attempting to access healthcare, education, employment, or other life-sustaining activities.

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2017 Transit USA Tour-Freedman Seating

Freedman Seating, with the support of TransitWorks, launched the 2017 Transit USA Tour back in January. Dave Rose and his team of dedicated sales managers have been traveling across the US in a Ford Transit Wagon from TransitWorks promoting the latest seating products with safety and comfort at the forefront. Tour stops include OEMs, dealers and trade shows.

TransitWorks Warranty Claim Form is NOW Online

TransitWorks is proud to launch a brand new Online Warranty Claim Form. This simple form mirrors the form you have used in the past, but eliminates the need for handwriting, scanning and emailing in the warranty claim information. The online form will streamline the warranty process and help reduce response time and errors.

The form can be found here

The form can also be found on the TransitWorks website, going to the “Departments” tab, and clicking on “Warranty” in the drop down menu

Instructions:

  • Enter all the appropriate information onto the form. Fields with an asterisk (*) are mandatory.
  • When finished, click the blue SUBMIT button
  • Within a minute you will receive an email confirmation along with a Claim number
  • Please use this Claim number in any communications with the Warranty Department

A TransitWorks Warranty representative will contact you to discuss your claim and possible solutions.

If you have any questions, please contact Matt Yates, Warranty Manager at matt.yates@transit-works.com.

Introducing the Reebok Fit Truck with upfit by Transitworks!

Reebok had an idea to take their amazing fitness equipment and expertise to people across America, and wanted a new and unique way to do it. Ford, TransitWorks and Adrian Steel came together to bring the Reebok Fit Truck to life!

The Reebok Fit Truck is a mobile fitness van which features a variety of fitness equipment and gear in the back. It will be transported to different events around the country and host outdoor fitness classes, yoga sessions and more. Reebok will also be partnering with nationally known fitness experts at these events. Reebok’s goal is to have a growing number of these vans on the road.

TransitWorks installed our SmartCrew upfit with SmartFloor and 4 Smart Seats in the second row area, along with a metal partition and our exclusive walls and headliner. Ford called us because we have the only approved Crew Van upfit which meets Ford and FMVSS 201U Head Impact testing requirements. From Akron, the van went to Adrian Steel to complete the upfit of fitness equipment and racking in the cargo area behind the partition.

Check out the full article featuring this van at TruckTrend.com click here

Congratulations to TransitWorks and Clark Mundy (Akron Plant Manager) who received the Employer Support of the Guard and reserve Patriot Award. This award recognizes supervisors and bosses nominated by a Guardsman or Reservist employee for support provided directly to the nominator. Way to go, Clark in supporting our service men and women who sacrifice so much for our freedom. Hopefully, this is a reminder to thank and support our service men and women any chance we get.