In 1980, Brown Coach opened its doors to provide coach bus and coach service for the tri-city area of Albany, Schenectady, and Troy.
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In 1980, Brown Coach opened its doors to provide coach bus and coach service for the tri-city area of Albany, Schenectady, and Troy.

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Amsterdam, N.Y.’s Brown Coach and its sister company Upstate Transit recently took delivery of two new 2020 H3-45s — one for each operation. Located just 30 miles apart, the Brown and Upstate fleets share similar team colors and graphics that tie the two services together under one owner.

In 1980, Brown Coach opened its doors to provide coach bus and coach service for the tri-city area of Albany, Schenectady, and Troy. The company has owned and operated Upstate Transit since 2005 — Brown Coach acquired the transportation division from the Mathews Family, the Thomas School Bus dealer for upstate New York.

Prevost also delivered a 2020 H3-45 the Prince George Cougars hockey, through a partnership with the Pacific Western Group of Companies (PWT) to acquire a 2020 Prevost H3-45. The Cougars have a 10-year relationship with PWT, which will transport the team.

The new coach was completely tailored to the teams needs with 48 seats (selected by the players), card tables in both the front and back of the coach, extra legroom, three-point seat belts, custom headrests, and features such as surround cameras that show the area outside the coach and an entertainment system that allows each passenger to choose their own entertainment options.

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