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MCI delivers J4500s to Wisconsin

Motorcoach| January 8, 2009
The four new coaches feature Wi-Fi, 110-volt outlets, GPS, and Saucon asset tracking.

METRO Briefs

Accessibility| January 7, 2009
Rail firm accused in L.A. crash. FMCSA steps up operator vetting system. USF developing device to help disabled riders.
Motorcoach| December 23, 2008

METRO Briefs

Motorcoach company loaning insurance. Charter service selling luxury inauguration train trip. Fare hackers team with MBTA.
Motorcoach| December 22, 2008

ABC delivers Van Hools to Virginia

The 81-seat coaches — the first TD925s in North America to be equipped with the Allison Gen IV automatic transmission — are powered by 450 hp Cummins ISM engines.
Motorcoach| December 10, 2008

Prevost delivers X3-45s to Maine

V.I.P. Charter Coaches specializes in motorcoach tours throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as charter service for corporations, schools and government groups.
Motorcoach| December 3, 2008

FMCSA sets new medical requirements for drivers

Final rule will require states to merge the commercial driver’s license (CDL) and the driver’s medical examination certificate into a single electronic record.
Bus| December 1, 2008

Over the Road: Searching for Good Customer Service

With bus travel, the primary impression of a trip is typically related to driver performance. Having a good attitude and sharing information on board are some of the best ways to build positive passenger relationships.
Motorcoach| December 1, 2008

Prevost delivers X3-45 to N.Y.

County Coach uses its Prevost coaches to provide service for corporate functions, religious organizations, schools and private charter parties in the metropolitan New York region.
Motorcoach| November 24, 2008

Prevost delivers H3-45 to Pennsylvania

Wolf’s Bus Lines' newest vehicle, which brings its current fleet to 17 motorcoaches, joins two earlier-model Prevosts.
Motorcoach| November 18, 2008

Daimler delivers Orions to OC Transpo

The Orion VII hybrids use up to 35 percent less fuel, and the entire fleet is expected to reduce carbon emissions by over 5,000 tons annually, depending on the duty cycle in which the buses operate.

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