News Tagged With: intercity-bus-travel
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June 12, 2014

NYC residents say intercity buses flooding their neighborhood

There are 71 intercity bus stops scattered throughout Manhattan, with more than one-quarter of that number located in the Lower East Side. Residents’ complaints include crowded sidewalks, blocked fire hydrants and exhaust.


June 5, 2014

'Pop-up' bus service launches in Mass.

The private service uses chartered buses and is run by a start-up technology company called Bridj. The coaches feature comfortable seats and Wi-Fi and costs $6 per ride.


May 22, 2014

Greyhound partners with bus trip scheduling website

Greyhound and Greyhound Express travel options will now appear in bus scheduling website wanderu.com’s search results. Wanderu’s 25 transportation partners cover more than 80% of the east and west coasts of the U.S., according to the company.


May 15, 2014

Fla.’s HART partners with Megabus to expand intermodal service

A five-year agreement lets Megabus run service through Hillsborough Area Regional Transit’s recently expanded Marion Transit Center.


April 7, 2014

Lamers adds new intercity bus route

In addition to Green Bay-Madison and Green Bay-Milwaukee routes, Lamers offers a Campus Connect route on Fridays and Sundays while schools are in session that includes University of Wisconsin (UW)-Green Bay, Appleton, UW-Oshkosh and UW-Madison.


September 30, 2013

Red Coach adds 'Economy Class' service

Will be offered aboard deluxe Volvo 9700 coaches. Each motorcoach will offer 54 economy class seats with on board Wi-Fi, restrooms, electrical outlets, retractable foot rests and seat belts


August 13, 2013

Bus scheduling website raises $2.5M

Wanderu's founders plan to spend the money to establish coverage nationwide, scale its data systems and release new features.


August 1, 2013

Megabus adds Cleveland service

Direct routes will be available to and from Cincinnati; Columbus, Ohio; Erie, Pa.; Buffalo, N.Y.; with connections to Atlanta; Lexington, Ky.; and Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn. Each of the new cities will be served via Coach USA subsidiary Lakefront Lines.


June 27, 2013

N.Y. startup aims to be Travelocity for buses

While the company has partnered with 15 bus companies, larger ones like Greyhound haven't signed on, the website's CEO Ben Silverstein said, adding that he is confident they would come around.


December 13, 2011

ABA chief sounds off on motorcoach safety study

Pete Pantuso calls on the FMCSA to do a better job enforcing the law to keep unsafe motorcoach carriers off the road.


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