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Tolar Manufacturing seeks DBE suppliers

October 9, 2017

Tolar Manufacturing is seeking DBE and SBE firms certified by the Nevada Unified Certification Program (nevadadbe.com) under 49 CFR Part 26 to submit technical and commercial proposals to us for materials and services we may require to manufacture bus shelters. The potential supplier work scope may include steel & aluminum tube and sheet material,  …   Read More »

Tolar Manufacturing Company designs and fabricates custom transit shelters to be located in the City of Santa Ana, California

October 6, 2017

      Tolar Manufacturing Company was recently selected by ND Construction, Inc. to design and fabricate 41 custom-built transit shelters for the City of Santa Ana, California. The city successfully obtained a grant from the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to complete this project, which consists of four uniquely sized shelters that  …   Read More »

Kristen Allen promoted to Tolar Manufacturing Company Quality Control Manager

October 4, 2017

“It’s important that everyone on the Tolar team understand their vital role in producing quality products for our customers. Kristen is a great fit to lead that effort.” Tolar Manufacturing Company founder and president, Gary Tolar has promoted five-year employee, Kristen Allen to Quality Control Manager. Kristen joined the Tolar Manufacturing  …   Read More »

Tolar Manufacturing Company awarded 5-year LYNX contract in Orlando, Florida

October 2, 2017

 Continued Tolar portfolio growth in recent months includes FL, TX, CA, CO, MO, MT, HI and Canada After a rigorous competitive evaluation process, Tolar Manufacturing Company was recently awarded a five-year contract to supply up to $6,750,000 worth of transit shelters and solar illumination to the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority  …   Read More »

Tolar Manufacturing Company delivers sleek and modern BRT stations and bus stop shelters for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority

August 8, 2017

     Tolar Manufacturing Company announced today it has completed the delivery of 16 bus rapid transit (BRT) stations and an additional 10 bus stop shelters for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) in San Jose, California. The shelters are now installed along VTA’s new and exciting seven-mile Alum Rock-Santa Clara Bus Rapid Transit  …   Read More »

Real-time benefits from real-time information

June 14, 2017

In the current June issue of Mass Transit Magazine, Patrick Merrick, Tolar Manufacturing Company EVP provides insights into Tolar’s best practices with real-time information at bus stops and transit shelters. He discusses Tolar Manufacturing’s new alliance with Streamline Integrated Solutions. “This strategic partnership pairs SIS’  …   Read More »

Tolar Manufacturing launches exciting new website

May 10, 2017

Tolar Manufacturing Company announced a relaunch of their company website. The new site makes it easy for viewers to stroll through the company’s many diverse product lines from transit shelters to BRT stops to street furniture, solar solutions and displays for public transit, lifestyle centers and airports. “We’re particularly excited  …   Read More »

Tolar provides custom art glass for Gainesville Bus Shelter Art Project

January 18, 2017

~ 15 bus shelters receive public art makeover ~ Tolar Manufacturing Company announced today it has supplied custom art glass panels for 15 bus shelters that the company previous built for the City of Gainesville, Georgia. The Bus Shelter Art Project is a partnership between the City, Vision 2030 of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, and Quinlan  …   Read More »

How to create a “Sense of Place” with revenue-generating transit shelters

January 2, 2017

In the current issue of Mass Transit Magazine, Patrick Merrick, Tolar Manufacturing Company EVP responded to the magazine’s Best Practices question, “How does your company form revenue-generating partnerships?” Mr. Merrick states in his response, “How can transit shelters and street furniture be provided at the majority of bus stops within  …   Read More »