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April 24, 2014

CH Bus opens Texas sales and service facility

The facility is more than 12,000 sq. feet with ample motorcoach parking, a large parts warehouse, and six garage bays, plus three more to be constructed soon.


August 15, 2012

Firm confident Texas high-speed rail will open by 2020

Backing the Texas-based company is a group led by Central Japan Railway Company, which handles more than 100 million passengers each year on its bullet trains in Japan.


December 29, 2011

ABA’s 'Marketplace' coming to Texas in January

Taking place in Grapevine, Texas from Jan. 6 through Jan. 10, Marketplace offers an opportunity for motorcoach operators to get together face-to-face with potentially thousands of customers to book future tours, take advantage of educational opportunities, network with other operators and meet with equipment suppliers during the ABA’s Product Pavilion.


November 18, 2011

Calif., Texas awarded funds for rail

The analyses funded by the Texas grant will examine future ridership and revenue forecasts, capital costs, environmental issues, and routing and station location options, among other important planning considerations.


November 17, 2009

Travelers Aid opens The T's transportation center

Services range from providing diapers and overnight toiletry packs to information on other essential travel services, such as where to replace a lost cell phone, rent a car seat, or fill a prescription, and referrals, maps and directions to stores, nearby restaurants and overnight accommodations.


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