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ABC delivers C2045s to Columbia, Mo.

Motorcoach| October 28, 2011
The 57-passenger coaches are powered by Detroit Diesel's new DD13 engine mated to Allison transmissions and equipped with Alcoa Durabrite aluminum wheels, chrome mirrors, backup cameras and three-point seat belts.

REI, ETA win Miami contract

Bus| October 24, 2011
To furnish, deliver, install, test and commission an Intelligent Transit Management System at Florida International University (FIU). American Coach Lines operates FIU's bus fleet.
Bus| September 29, 2011

REI, ETA partner for IT, asset management systems

The combined solution includes CAD/AVL, traveler information, passenger information and display information systems, video surveillance, vehicle monitoring and diagnostics.
Accessibility| May 17, 2011

Surveillance DVR

Radio Engineering Industries Inc. (REI) adds the SD40, a compact, lightweight, solid-state DVR to its family of BUS-WATCH digital video surveillance systems for mass transit systems and school buses.
Bus| April 29, 2010

River Park to market REI's products

In their distributor role, RiverPark will work directly with commercial vehicle OEM's to offer mobile audio/video and security applications.
Bus| January 20, 2010

WAAV, REI partner for onboard Wi-Fi service

The two-year agreement will include efforts to market onboard Wi-Fi and Internet connectivity solutions for charter buses and motorcoaches. WAAV's AirBox Transit Edition is a ruggedized router that provides connections for passengers and vehicle data to fleet operators.
Motorcoach| November 25, 2009

ABC, REI kick off Motorcoach Council campaign

The marketing initiative — 'Get Motorcoachified' — is designed to promote public awareness about the availability, selection, usage and benefits of motorcoach transportation
Bus| August 13, 2009

What to Consider Before Equipping Your Fleet with Video Surveillance

While technological advances are happening at a faster rate, when looking for a video system that fits your needs, considering the basics such as video quality, user-friendliness and video storage are still key.
Motorcoach| January 8, 2009

High-Tech Entertainment Systems Enhance Coach Services

While demand for LCD widescreen monitors continues to grow, motorized flip-down monitors look to be the next big thing in on-board entertainment systems. Digital media players operated via USB flash drives appear to be on the horizon.

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