Management & Operations

MTR Western forms tech subsidiary, adds cities

Posted on October 10, 2007

Median Transportation Resources, LLC (MTR Western), a Seattle-based charter motorcoach company, has formed a subsidiary that will focus on the development, production and commercialization of tour and travel-related audio and video content for GPS-enabled devices.  


The subsidiary, GeoGenius, will not only develop content for MTR Western’s over-the-road tour customers, but is also partnered with rental car companies and hardware providers to create content for personal GPS devices, such as the Garmin Nuvi.  


Additionally, MTR Western will also begin providing its premium charter motorcoach services to Los Angeles, Anaheim, Calif., and San Diego, effective Dec. 15. Each city will be serviced through a centrally located terminal facility that will initially house 18 coaches.

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