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Apple Bus Company gets creative with NOLA expansion

Beginning with this issue, each  Safety Solutions column will focus on a different bus operation in the United States – the safety and operational issues they face, and how putting together a comprehensive risk management and insurance program helped their business and bottom line. Although its locally-managed, family-owned status might suggest otherwise, Apple Bus Company […]

Transit-Liner C2

Official BUSRIDE Road Test: Transit-Liner C2 by Thomas Built Buses

The Transit-Liner C2 passes muster under a keen eye on a tough track By David Hubbard On the heels of its February debut at the United Motorcoach Association (UMA) Motorcoach EXPO in 2017, the newest version of the Transit-Liner C2 from Thomas Built Buses is on the road for a coast-to-coast dealership tour after more […]

Opening a new dimension in city transit seating

By Michaela Oberbauer To meet the requirements of local transport, quality seating must present all the characteristics for being the next trendsetter model for city transit buses, shuttle buses and street cars. A modern, innovative and first-class seat stands out not only by its functional design and exceptional robustness, but also by its low weight, […]

Explore the Features at the World’s Largest Public Transportation Event

APTA EXPO 2017, the world’s largest public transportation event, is headed to Atlanta, Georgia on October 9-11 with everything you need to succeed in today’s competitive market – all for free! While exploring the 800+ industry-leading exhibitors, there are also plenty of free show floor features to check out. Back by popular demand, several Learning […]

Kanawha

Official BUSRIDE Field Test: World Trans, Rohrer and KRT form a tight partnership

For Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority (KRT), which operates in the mountainous territory of Charleston, WV, two factors are imperative for vehicle procurements – safety and maneuverability. These factors became very important in 2016 when KRT’s monthly fleet evaluation showed that 12 vehicles were nearing the end of their useful lives. KRT operates 49 vehicles […]

Protective Insurance launches new brand and new logo

Protective Insurance, a subsidiary of Baldwin & Lyons, Inc. has hit the market with a brand new look! Baldwin & Lyons announced in June the rebranding of its subsidiaries, including Protective Insurance Company, Sagamore Insurance Company and Protective Specialty Insurance Company. All three subsidiaries now exist under one brand, Protective Insurance. To mark this occasion, […]

REV introduces the Krystal Sprinter

Krystal, REV Group’s luxury bus line, product lineup can now accommodate all applications and occasions with the newest addition of the Krystal Sprinter. Krystal began production of the Sprinter in May 2017 at REV’s Elkhart, Indiana manufacturing facility. Three distinct series of the Krystal Sprinter are available with endless options for your most specialized clientele. […]

Join industry leaders accelerating the future of public transportation

APTA EXPO 2017, the world’s largest public transportation event, is headed to Atlanta, Georgia on October 9-11 with all you need to succeed in today’s competitive market. Meet 800+ global exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations and services in the industry. Connect with 12,000+ industry peers to discover effective and inventive solutions for your business. Expand […]

Variety spices FIAA Bus and Coach Expo in Madrid

The biennial FIAA bus and coach exhibition was held in May at the Parque Ferial Juan Carlos Center in Madrid. Spain has always relied quite heavily on tourism; not only travelers from Northern Europe seeking a few weeks in the sun, but increasingly more visitors from around the world. Recent terrorist events in Turkey, Egypt […]

DOT

D.O.T. compliance and your insurance

As part of this continuing series, BUSRide spoke with Tim O’Bryan, president of Service Insurance Agency, Richmond, VA, to discuss the ways in which compliance with U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) mandates can affect operators’ insurance coverage and rates; and how operators can stay abreast of those mandates. What areas of insurance coverage are affected […]