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Over the Road: Searching for Good Customer Service

Bus| December 1, 2008
With bus travel, the primary impression of a trip is typically related to driver performance. Having a good attitude and sharing information on board are some of the best ways to build positive passenger relationships.

Prevost delivers X3-45 to N.Y.

Motorcoach| December 1, 2008
County Coach uses its Prevost coaches to provide service for corporate functions, religious organizations, schools and private charter parties in the metropolitan New York region.
Motorcoach| November 24, 2008

Prevost delivers H3-45 to Pennsylvania

Wolf’s Bus Lines' newest vehicle, which brings its current fleet to 17 motorcoaches, joins two earlier-model Prevosts.
Motorcoach| November 18, 2008

Daimler delivers Orions to OC Transpo

The Orion VII hybrids use up to 35 percent less fuel, and the entire fleet is expected to reduce carbon emissions by over 5,000 tons annually, depending on the duty cycle in which the buses operate.
Motorcoach| November 12, 2008

METRO Briefs

Vermont transit agencies may merge. Bus driver achieved 3 million miles accident-free. Dallas debating natural gas, diesel choices. Mich. restaurant bus fueled by vegetable oil.
Motorcoach| November 12, 2008

Study: Motorcoaches achieve 200+ mpg per rider

“On average, motorcoaches use the least amount of energy and produce the lowest carbon dioxide emissions per passenger mile of any of the transportation modes analyzed,” the study confirms.
Motorcoach| November 11, 2008

DHS announces $11.68M available in bus security grants

The Department of Homeland Securty has begun accepting applications for this latest round of security grant funding for the motorcoach industry.
Motorcoach| November 5, 2008

Prevost delivers coaches to Mass., Southern Calif.

Wilson Bus Lines purchased two new X3-45s, and Orion Pacific bought nine new coaches.
Motorcoach| November 4, 2008

Daimler selects Inland Power Group for service center

With locations in the Chicago metro area and in Wisconsin and Indiana, Inland Power Group becomes Daimler Buses’ flagship service center in the Midwest.
Motorcoach| October 27, 2008

LaFrance expands eco-friendly, safety-certified fabric line

The LaFrance Ritz Repreve is the only independently certified, eco-friendly motorcoach seating fabric available to the North American motorcoach industry. LaFrance supports energy and resource conservation and sustainability by using Repreve recycled yarns in an energy-efficient system.

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