Motorcoach

Los Angeles Charter Bus Co. announces expansion into 3 cities

Posted on January 16, 2018

Los Angeles Charter Bus Co., a motorcoach operator based in downtown Los Angeles, has expanded its charter bus rental services to three additional locations: Long Beach, Thousand Oaks, and Santa Monica.

Founded in 2012, Los Angeles Charter Bus Co. is a relatively new entrant to the motorcoach industry. Using advanced API technology to access available buses all over the Los Angeles area, the company has effectively streamlined the booking, tracking, and fleet-management process and has completed thousands of in-state and out-of-state trips. Reservation agents can provide instant quotes for any trip — 24 hours a day, 365 days a year — regardless of its point of origin.

Founder and CEO Armir Harris explains, “Booking a charter bus isn’t as location-specific as it once was. With our reservation system, we have access to buses not only within the cities of Los Angeles, Long Beach, Thousand Oaks, and Santa Monica, but anywhere in California. We can instantly match you with one of our local transportation providers anywhere, any time.”

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