New 2014 Setra models feature new options, while J and D-Series models are in the process of adding features to lower cost of operation while enhancing reliability and ride.
In January, Nashville’s newly constructed Music City Center hosted the ABA’s 2014 Marketplace.
Ariz.-based operator creates high-end experiential tours that give customers a glimpse of the regional culture.
Focusing on safety, tech amenities key to fleet success is the key to success for the Omaha, Neb. operation.
The Bus-on-Shoulder program has reduced travel times and improved on-time performance. The new wheelchair lift-equipped vehicles include Wi-Fi, security cameras, special graphics, luggage racks and plush seats.
Began his career in the bus business when he joined Ontario Bus Industries, later acquired by Daimler Buses, as a sales representative in its service parts department. Was recently named as MCI's new executive VP, sales and marketing.
Co-located Travel Exchange aims to bring together motorcoach and group tour and travel industries to help form both partnerships and business relationships. Meanwhile, several companies mark major milestones on the show floor.
Tornado Bus Co. - Dallas
The Tornado Bus Co.’s new bus facility, which opened in October, encompasses 8.5 acres and is 10 minutes from downtown Dallas.
Peter Pan Bus Lines - Springfield, Mass.
Peter Pan added new MCI J4500s to its fleet. The coaches have clean-diesel engine technology to help reduce emissions and burn less fuel.
Key presentations included NTSB, FMCSA chiefs discussing safety programs, while business executives talked brand building and marketing tactics.
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