Motorcoach

METRO Briefs

Posted on December 23, 2008

Motorcoach company loaning insurance

HOUSTON — Transportes Chavez, a charter bus business, has formed a company that leases their insurance policy to other bus owners who may not qualify. For the full story, click here.

Charter service selling luxury inauguration train trip

CHICAGO — American Rail Excursions, a vintage railroad charter service, is selling $2,599 train trips, which include a personal chef, and private bedrooms and bathrooms, to Barack Obama’s presidential inauguration. For the full story, click here.

Fare hackers team with MBTA

SAN FRANCISCO — The Electronic Frontier Foundation announced an agreement between three Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students and Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) to enhance system security, after a lawsuit against the students was dropped. For the full story, click here.

 

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Motorcoach offerings abound at BusCon 2015

The UMA is continuing its partnership with BusCon by sponsoring two informative sessions on the afternoon of Monday, Sept. 28 — Social Media Mastery for Motorcoach Operators and Alcohol - What is Your Liability? The show continues on Tuesday and Wednesday with even more educational sessions and the chance to check out BusCon’s show floor

BusRates.Com, Distinctive Systems form partnership

New software integration will streamline lead management and track charter bookings.

Chinatown bus co. Fung Wah shuttering for good, owner says

Peilin Liang told NBC News in a telephone interview that without his company's two previous gates at Boston's South Station, which the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority gave away to Megabus and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, his company cannot financially stay afloat.

Following crashes, Canadian province to review motorcoach industry

The review, which will be completed by early 2016, will examine motorcoach industry safety statistics and industry performance, including a comparison with other North American jurisdictions.

Bus from now defunct Leap Transit selling on eBay

In May, the company shut down after the California Public Utilities Commission ordered the company to cease and desist. Some of its buses went up for auction.

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