Motorcoach

Trailways adds Canadian operator

Posted on March 23, 2011

Trailways Transportation System welcomed McCoy Trailways into their network of independently-owned motorcoach providers. The company joins forces with the network’s other stockholder companies like the Great Canadian Trailways, which is based in Kitchener, Ontario and La Chaudière Trailways in Saint-Georges, Quebec.

McCoy Trailways is strategically located between Toronto and Montreal, which is only about 30 minutes from the U.S. border. Currently, the operation has 30 full-sized, mid-sized and mini-coaches available for charters and tours and is currently providing passenger shuttle services from Kingston, Ontario to Syracuse, N.Y.

The company’s clients range from young professionals who want to attend NASCAR events or experience Atlantic City or New York, to seniors wanting to visit retirement homes in Florida.

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