Articles Tagged With: peter-pan-bus-lines
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August 2013

5 Keys to Attracting, Hiring and Retaining Quality Motorcoach Drivers

With the market picking up and the current workforce aging, many operators are looking to fill several positions at a time. Knowing the type of people you want to attract and having a thorough interview process are keys to landing the right candidate.

July 2013

Website compiles bus schedules for easy trip planning

Wanderu aggregates bus schedules from multiple intercity bus operators, including Peter Pan, to help customers find and book intercity travel.

January 2013

2013 Innovative Operator: Peter Pan Bus Lines

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.

January 2010

Peter Pan debuts new look, targets younger demographic

Peter Pan’s redesigned coach exterior creates a sleeker, updated look, while still featuring the company’s iconic green and white color scheme.

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