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‘Pokey’ award goes to Manhattan’s M42 bus

Manhattan’s M42 cross-town bus has repeated its dubious distinction of being the slowest bus in New York City.

New contract could end six-figure pay for Madison bus drivers

Madison city officials and union representatives agreed to a three-year contract that would prohibit senior drivers from making large sums of money by monopolizing overtime hours.

MTA’s Holiday Bus to bring cheer, free rides

Patrons of the Maryland Transit will be receiving periodical visits by Santa Claus and numerous elves the first three weekends of December aboard Maryland Transit Administration’s Holiday Bus.

ABA, Terrapin Blue form security alliance

The American Bus Association has partnered with the Terrapin Blue Holdings to offer ABA members access to new tools to help with security and emergency preparedness and transportation contracts.

APTA: Middle class could face increased commuting costs

The American Public Transportation Association believes middle class American will face increased commuting costs of Congress does not act to extend the transit commuter benefit by the end of the year.

FMCSA safety initiative kicks off December 12

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) initiative will start being enforced on December 12.

Megabus.com wins Travelzoo Award

Megabus.com was recognized at the fourth annual Travelzoo Awards ceremony, held in Phoenix, AZ Monday night.

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.