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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.


February 7, 2013

MCI honors green motorcoach operations

The Green Highway and Green Operator awards both have the support of the University of Vermont’s Certification for Sustainable Transportation program, led by David Kestenbaum, director, who is behind eRating, a certification program that recognizes sustainable forms of transportation.


March 29, 2012

Lamers Bus wins TSX approval for safety

Following its recent IMG safety award win, the carrier has completed the Transportation Safety Exchange Comprehensive Review.


March 14, 2012

Lamers Bus receives IMG safety award

Received the honor during recent Maintenance and Safety Conference in Grapevine, Texas. The Group Safety Award is presented annually to the company within the organization who has demonstrated the highest level of safety.


April 11, 2011

MCI delivers coaches, driving simulator to Green Bay, Wis.

Already holding the highest possible safety and operational ratings from the U.S. Departments of Defense and Transportation, Lamers Bus Lines added the MCI Coach Driving Training Simulator to further its educational programs.


February 9, 2010

Lamers Bus Lines buys 6 MCI J4500s

Coaches are powered by clean-diesel engine technology and feature the latest in safety performance technology and in-cabin electronics.


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