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May 10, 2010

Trailways honors driver, safety award winners

Julie King of Excursions Trailways of Ft. Wayne, Ind., was named Trailways' Driver of the Year for her demonstrated professionalism and documented safe-performance records.

November 16, 2009

Anchor Trailways adds D4505s to fleet

With capital assistance from 5311(f) funding, the carrier acquired a total of five new MCI coaches this year. Coaches are equipped with satellite television, 110-volt outlets and wireless Internet.

September 14, 2009

Anchor Trailways acquires Smyrna Motorcoach

In addition to group motorcoach transportation, Anchor Trailways & Tours also operates the Holiday World Express in the summer season between Murfreesboro and Santa Claus, Ind., with four pick up locations in the greater Nashville area and the year-round, scheduled ATRunner service between Florence, Ala., and Nashville.

July 16, 2009

Fed funds support purchase of 35 MCI D-Series coaches

Operators are making their purchases with funds available through various Federal Transit Administration programs including FTA 5311(f).

March 16, 2009

Anchor Trailways to receive grant funds

Funds may be used to purchase buses, vans, radios, wheelchair lifts, computers and other equipment necessary to maintain and transport human services agency clients and the general public in non-urbanized areas.

February 10, 2009

MCI delivers D4505s to Tennessee

Coaches are Anchor Trailways’ first new ones in about 10 years, and its first-ever new MCIs.


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