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Maryland's DOT to add New Flyer clean-diesel buses

Bus| June 12, 2019

The buses will be used at the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to replace older vehicles.

How European cities are providing surface transport to airports

The priority for interconnection by rail is a particular public policy focus as this encourages alternative means of access to airports versus private car travel.

Motorcoach| May 3, 2019

FlixBus again expands U.S. service

El Paso-based Intermex Transportation will manage the daily operation of the buses, while FlixBus manages tech and marketing.

Technology| April 23, 2019

San Francisco International Airport to add 6 Proterra electric buses

The new buses will replace six diesel buses in its current operating fleet.

Motorcoach| April 17, 2019

Private equity firm completes acquistion of Coach USA, subsidiaries

The company operates through a number of marquee brands, including megabus.com.

Bus| April 16, 2019

TRE creates link to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport

Created in conjunction with DART, Trinity Metro, and the airport, the system replaces the existing shuttle that connects CentrePort passengers.

Mobility| December 4, 2018

ViaVan expands in London, launches first airport service

Follows the October launch of operations in Milton Keynes, and successful debuts in Amsterdam and Berlin earlier in the year.

Motorcoach| September 10, 2018

FlixBus European business sees 50% uptick over summer

Top destinations in summer 2018 were: Berlin, Paris, Munich, Hamburg, Prague, Frankfurt, Vienna, Amsterdam, Rome, and Milan.

Bus| July 16, 2018

HART, Tampa International launch new intercounty bus route to airport

Route 275LX offers residents, businesses, and visitors, more accessible, cost-effective transportation access between Hillsborough and Pasco counties.

Rail| June 20, 2018

Bombardier JV wins Chinese airport automated peoplemover contract

Will deliver an Integrated System Package, including 18 cars, for an approximately 1.6-mile APM line

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