According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the 36-year-old man opened a window on the left side of the bus and jumped for unknown reasons. He was then taken to an area hospital where...
With improved access across a variety of devices, including tablets, smartphones and personal computers, travel planners can contact companies directly through BusRates.com, skip...
The Papal visit to the city in September culminates in the Pope’s celebration of Sunday mass for an estimated two million visitors on Ben Franklin Parkway, one of the largest...
The MCI J4500, designed with the assistance of BMW Design Works USA, is the top-selling coach in the industry, according to the company.
Maquel Morris was arrested in January 2014 after authorities said he got out of his seat and attacked the driver of the Dallas-bound bus and tried to roll the vehicle near Tonopah,...
After months of research and development and rigorous testing, the company is introducing its new GrabHold seating for mass transit buses and the newly redesigned Torino GT for motorcoach vehicles.
The Hadley mirror business will remain in Elkhart, Ind., but will relocate from the Hadley site to its own production facility over the next few months. The management, engineering, customer service, administrative and production personnel of the Hadley mirror business will remain with the business and transition to Safe Fleet.
Together, the companies will offer multiple transportation options accessed through one platform, with booking and payment integrated to allow for a seamless experience.
CarFreeAtoZ plans trips in a manner similar to Google Maps or Mapquest, but it combines different transit options, such as walking, using the Metro and biking.
With the agreement, Rally Bus offers luxury bus transportation to and from the Rays’ home games at Tropicana Field and in exchange gains advertising, marketing and promotional exposure in-venue, as well as a summer-long presence on the state-wide Rays Radio Network and the team’s flagship radio station.
An estimated 1,312,905 passengers will make trips of 50 miles or more by bus, surpassing all previous Fourth of July holidays over the past 10 years.
Ontario police is investigating the accident and hasn’t made any determination on what caused the crash yet.
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