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December 27, 2012

Mass. operator purchases 6 new Van Hools

Tremblay's Bus and Motor Coach Co. acquired the WiFi-equipped coaches valued at $535,000 each to meet new customer demands.


January 5, 2010

Columbia Mo. Transit to offer Wi-Fi pilot project

The trial period will last 90 days and results will be used to determine if this is a viable service that should be continued.


July 10, 2009

CDTA goes wireless on Xpress service

Customers can connect their laptop or PDA to the Internet through a wireless router, which has been installed on all NX buses.


July 10, 2009

Daimler to supply N.C.'s PART with Orion VIIs

The Orion VII buses used by PART are ideal for the longer runs with its forward-facing seats and overhead storage racks, giving it more of a motorcoach feel once onboard.


June 4, 2009

Peter Pan to equip fleet with WiFi

In the process of equipping 150 motorcoaches at a cost of $75,000, not including Peter Pan's labor to install the technology.


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