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MegaBus debuts 100th Van Hool double-deck

Posted on April 20, 2010

[IMAGE]Coach-USA-100th-double-deckFULL.jpg[/IMAGE]  MegaBus, Coach USA’s hallmark line service carrier, has recently put in service its 100th Van Hool TD925 double deck luxury coach imported into North America by ABC Companies. 

Coach USA is a subsidiary of the Stagecoach Group, one of the world's largest bus, coach and rail groups with operations in the United Kingdom and North America. In addition to MegaBus, the company offers a wide variety of transportation services in North America.

MegaBus’ Van Hools feature Cummins ISM engines and ZF 12 speed Astronic transmissions. In addition, safety equipment includes passenger seat belts, SmarTire monitoring, Kidde fire suppression systems, an upper deck monitoring camera and a Saucon GPS system.

 

 

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