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Homeless woman charged in Boston MBTA bus attack

A woman accused of stripping off some of her clothing on a Boston transit bus then spiting in the driver’s face hitting her with a metal pipe is due in court Tuesday.

Team Trailways welcomes McCoy Trailways under Canadian umbrella

McCoy Trailways in Kingston, Ontario, Canada has joined forces with Team Trailways.

Peter Pan ready for busy Thanksgiving holiday weekend

Peter Pan Bus Lines is preparing for the busy Thanksgiving holiday week by adding as many as 780 motorcoaches to its regular route service in the northeast corridor.

NJ TRANSIT unveils 'My Bus' program

The first of thousands of special bus stop signs are being installed at 19,000 bus stops throughout New Jersey as part of the NJ TRANSIT’s “My Bus” program.

Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions relocating Iowa team to Nashville

Officials at Bridgestone Americas, Inc. (BSAM) announced senior management members of its Bridgestone Bandag Tire Solutions (BBTS) in its Muscatine, IA headquarters are relocating to BSAM’s operations in Nashville, TN. Other specific functions of the Iowa  operation will be moved to Tennessee. The complete move is expected to be completed by June of next. According […]

Megabus expanding Washington, DC service

Beginning December 15, is expanding service from the nation’s capital to a number of cities.

Seattle group seeks purchase of troubled MTR Western

A Seattle, WA-based investor group has signed a letter of intent to purchase the Washington, California and British Columbia operating assets of bankrupt MTR Western.

MCC names 2011 board members

Motor Coach Canada has announced the company’s newly-elected board members.

Arizona’s ASH helping school districts lower emissions

Six Arizona school districts are being provided with emissions-reduction equipment for their school buses, thanks to Phoenix-based Auto Safety House (ASH).

ABA reminding Congress on importance of buses

The American Bus Association has a message for the U.S. government: buses are here and ready to go, while high-speed rail is years away.