Motorcoach

ABC delivers Van Hool to Illinois

Posted on February 22, 2011

[IMAGE]Vandalia-10-10-E-2.jpg[/IMAGE] Caseyville, Ill.-based Vandalia Bus Lines recently received one Van Hool T2145 and one C2045.

Both new coaches reflect Vandalia’s commitment to passenger comfort and safety featuring Allison transmissions, enclosed parcel racks, three-point seat belts, luxury entertainment systems with 15-inch flat screen monitors, Alcoa rims and 57-passenger seating. Each has Van Hool’s rear window option.

With the addition of Southwestern Illinois Bus Co. and New Image Travel in Evansville, Ind., managed by partner Rick Juelfs, the family of companies serves all of southern Illinois, Indiana and Southeastern Missouri with a wide range of services. Collectively they operate over 100 revenue vehicles.

A member of UMA, IMG and GrayLine, Vandalia Bus Lines is also proud to be part of “The Greenest Transportation Choice” by using biodiesel in all their motorcoaches. They are Founding Members of the Motorcoach Council and active in NTA.

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