July 30, 2013
The company is currently serving under a 5-year contract and operates 60 vehicles at BWI.
April 10, 2012
TheRide, Michigan Flyer, the University of Michigan, the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority, and the Ann Arbor Convention and Visitors Bureau work together to launch AirRide.
October 25, 2011
All Sprinters are powered by a 3.0-liter BlueTEC diesel engine and all versions are equipped with a number of Mercedes-Benz safety features — ESP stability and rollover control, ABS anti-lock brakes, Brake Assist and traction control.
May 5, 2011
The new CNG fueling stations, available 24/7 for public access, will be located in Tampa, Fla.; New York City; New Orleans and Philadelphia.
December 17, 2010
The new CNG fueling facility, available 24/7 for public access, will support the expanding Hertz fleet of clean-burning CNG airport shuttle buses. The company currently deploys CNG airport buses at its LAX location to transport its rental car customers to and from airline terminals.
May 3, 2010
Under the terms of the new five-year fuel agreement, SuperShuttle vans will fuel up at existing and future public access stations located at airports including Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
July 27, 2009
MSA airBus is staffed entirely by students, who handle marketing, finance, scheduling, operations and human resources, and pick up on-the-job skills at the same time.
April 16, 2009
The Parking Spot's yellow-and-black spotted shuttles assist guests at 18 locations serving twelve U.S. airports in ten cities, including Atlanta, Los Angeles, Nashville and St. Louis.
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