August 2011 - BUSRide

Prevost offering Wi-Fi at Service Centers

Prevost has implemented a Wi-Fi Internet Access program at their seven Service Centers across North America.

Clark Travel opens new facility

Clark Travel, Austin, TX, opened its new nine-acre, 12,000-square-foot facility near Austin in Taylor, TX.

Irene causes havoc with transit services

In the path of Hurricane Irene, Randolph and other towns in Vermont and other New England states were hammered by the fierce winds and drenching rain.

Roaring Fork receives FTA money

The Federal Transit Administration has given Roaring Fork Transportation Authority in Glenwood Springs, CO nearly $25 million for a new express bus service.

Chicago RTA presents projects list

Chicago’s Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) has presented a list of 13 planning, operating and capital projects through its funding program.

Religious Groups Travel to Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is  Georgia’s capital and largest city. Atlanta has many attractions as well as over 1,000 places of worship, making the city a great destination for religious group travel.   Mark Vaughan, executive vice president and chief sales offic…

Pat Boone Family Theater to Open in Myrtle Beach

The Pat Boone Family Theater, across from Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, S.C., is scheduled to open Saturday, Oct. 1. Over the next few weeks, construction crews and theater staff will be working  on the renovations to the 18,000-square-foot theater’s home, the former location of the NASCAR Cafe. The PBF Theater’s formal grand […]

Barbados Vies to become top Caribbean Religious Travel Destination

A local pastor is appealing to the church community in this country to work together to help make Barbados the most preferred religious destination in the Caribbean. The call is coming from Senator Apostle David Durant. His comments came yesterday morn…

San Francisco Says No to Tour Buses

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has implemented a new “NO TOUR BUSES” zone near the Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco. The area, which is popular with bus drivers traveling to and from Downtown San Francisco to the popular destination of Fisherman’s Wharf, has been marked off with signs that read No Commercial Vehicles […]

WorldStrides Announces Rebranding of Divisions

WorldStrides, one of the largest educational student travel organizations in the nation, is rebranding its primary programs and divisions into three cohesive brands. Since 1967, WorldStrides has provided four million students the opportunity to learn beyond classroom walls. Now, it is introducing new brand names that will help unite its broad-ranging offerings of educational programs. […]