NEW YORK — With the recent federal shutdown of 26 bus companies, it appears that the era of the Chinatown bus has come to a close. Fast Company weighs in on what these companies did wrong and what they did right. To read the full story, click here.
American Limousines' 56-passenger luxury motorcoach is powered by a 450 HP Detroit DD13 engine driving through an Allison B500 six- speed automatic transmission.
Premier Transportation is adding five J4500s as it enters the motorcoach market in Dallas. Meanwhile, Brian Dewsnup, succeeds Wolfgang Winzer, who is retiring after four years at MCI.
Texas Department of Public Safety and the National Transportation Safety Board continue to investigate the May 14 crash on a rain-slicked highway north of Laredo. Seven people died at the scene.
In addition to taking delivery of the historic TS35, Greenville, Pa.'s Anderson Coach and Travel is celebrating its 80th corporate anniversary.
The OGA Charters bus crashed Saturday north of Laredo in rainy conditions, killing eight and injuring 44 more passengers. No other vehicles were involved.
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