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Anchor Trailways celebrates 20 years, growth

Motorcoach| February 27, 2009
Operator's growth has enabled them to hire four new office staff members as well as two maintenance positions.

MCI delivers to Hawaii's Royal Star

Motorcoach| February 24, 2009
New E4500s feature a Cummins engine coupled with an Allison Transmission powertrain, as well as Amaya Brasil seats with self-retracting footrests and Aesys destination signs.
Motorcoach| February 24, 2009

ABA: Bus operators face evacuation funding delays

Many family-owned and operated bus businesses that came to Texas to help in recent hurricane evacuations now face financial instability due to a delay in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funds disbursement.
Motorcoach| February 18, 2009

Wisconsin operation offers sleep apnea program

Kobussen Buses Ltd. partnered with Sleep Apnea Solutions Inc. to institute a program to promote employee wellness and help prevent accidents associated with drowsy driving.
Bus| February 11, 2009

Idaho adds Sprinters to fleet

The two new shuttle buses have a rear-lift and can accommodate up to 15 passengers plus driver.
Motorcoach| February 10, 2009

MCI delivers D4505s to Tennessee

Coaches are Anchor Trailways’ first new ones in about 10 years, and its first-ever new MCIs.
Motorcoach| February 4, 2009

METRO Briefs

NTSB: driver agrees to interview. L.A. Metro enhances safety for blind riders. D.C. to N.Y.C. bus co. begins service.
Motorcoach| February 4, 2009

Peter Pan Bus Lines outsources fuel management

Enlisting FuelQuest’s services will enable the bus transportation carrier to reduce financial exposure to fuel price volatility with reduced freight and fuel costs, and automate invoice and delivery reconciliation.
Motorcoach| February 4, 2009

Northeast Trailways acquires Richards Coach

Union allows Northeast to expand its customer base in the southeast region of Maine, while continuing to grow its clientele in central Maine.
Motorcoach| February 2, 2009

NTSB investigating Arizona accident site

After inspecting the crash site, the investigators planned to head south to Kingman to evaluate the bus, according to AP reports.

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