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June 26, 2014

Hampton Roads launches site to improve commute options

Residents can share their ideas, criticisms and other thoughts at the Connect Hampton Roads website, which goes live on Thursday.


August 24, 2010

Omaha, Neb. system rebrands, bolsters fleet

Metro Area Transit, which will now go by "Metro," purchased 24 new buses and debuted its redesigned website -- www.ometro.com.


March 16, 2010

Motor Coach Canada launches revamped Website

Allows members to download a membership database, update their profile, pay outstanding invoices (from My Association) and use the detailed member search to research business partners.


December 22, 2009

Merced County launches redesigned Website

New user-friendly website contains an interactive schedule finder, system map and points of interest database. Incorporating the latest technology, the site can be viewed on any phone or PDA with internet access and features up-to-date news and rider alerts.


October 9, 2009

Gray Line N.Y. debuts new website

Site provides easy navigation and check-out process for those looking for double-decker bus tours, as well as all NYC attraction tickets, cruises, helicopter tours and other day trips such as transportation to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets.


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