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Ind.'s Royal Excursion to expand service operations

Posted on December 13, 2019

With this recent service extension, Royal Excursion continues to expand its footprint throughout the greater Midwest.
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With this recent service extension, Royal Excursion continues to expand its footprint throughout the greater Midwest.Royal Excursion

Mishawaka, Ind.-based Royal Excursion plans to expand the company’s service operations in all of Michiana and northwest Indiana, including the lines connecting the University of Notre Dame and Chicago airports.

Royal Excursion offers a high-quality transportation alternative for customers that have traveled this route for many decades. With maintenance locations in Valparaiso and Hammond, Ind., the operation’s services can be run smoothly and with limited disruptions.

Royal Excursion plans to have the line operational starting in the next 60 days, or fewer.

With this recent service extension, Royal Excursion continues to expand its footprint throughout the greater Midwest. The company acquired Ft. Wayne, Ind.-based Excursions Trailways in 2018. Excursions Trailways’ service lines include the U.S. and Canada, from its Ottawa, Ohio location. The company’s mini-coach and school buses, driven by uniformed professionals trained in the Smith System, have been integrated with Royal Excursion operations. All 64 employees from Excursions Trailways joined the Royal Excursion family.

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