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MV orders MCI J4500s to expand private commuter service fleet

Posted on July 19, 2018

Motor Coach Industries (MCI) received a 19-coach J4500 order from Dallas-based passenger transportation services provider, MV Transportation.
Motor Coach Industries (MCI) received a 19-coach J4500 order from Dallas-based passenger transportation services provider, MV Transportation.

Motor Coach Industries (MCI) received a 19-coach J4500 order from Dallas-based passenger transportation services provider, MV Transportation.

MV operates shuttle services for some of the most well-known corporations in the world, meeting their employee’s need for convenient, energy-efficient and comfortable commutes to and from their offices. With a need to expand its fleet to support recent growth, MV selected MCI’s best-selling clean diesel J4500 based on its luxurious passenger experience and workhorse reliability.

“We’re finding that door-to-door employee commuter transportation is becoming a more popular employer benefit as major companies continue to expand regionally,” said Jeff Womack, MV Chief Marketing Officer. “The J4500 is a natural choice for its comfortable, smooth ride and passenger amenities that are perfect for longer distance routes.”

Each of the new 2018 model coaches feature 56 seats with best-in-class legroom, Wi-Fi and charging outlets available to every passenger. The MCI J4500 coach is already a familiar sight in many employee shuttle programs running throughout California’s Silicon Valley and throughout the Pacific Northwest – MCI has approximately 800 coaches operating in Northern California alone.

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