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FMCSA Motorcoach Safety Summit begins Friday

Motorcoach company owners, drivers, safety advocates, tour operators and elected officials convene in Washington, D.C. on Friday for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s national Motorcoach Safety Summit.

CPR training a life saver for Dipert Coaches owner

A patron at the Trail Dust Restaurant in Arlington, TX is full of gratitude that Autumn Dipert Brown and her family were in the same eatery July 24.

APTA: Transit saving passengers $830 this month

The American Public Transportation Association’s September Transit Savings Report shows people who switch from driving to public transit can save on average up to $830 this month.

CH Trading adds new leadership core

CH Trading Company, the exclusive distributor of the TEMSA global bus and coach line in the U.S., has added four key executives to its leadership team.

AZ federal judge: Reinstate transit program

A federal judge in Arizona has ordered a multi-million-dollar transit support program be reinstated because its elimination violates federal law.

Latest transit shooting prompts calls for more protection

Officials for Transit Workers Union Local 234 and SEPTA transit in Philadelphia are calling for ramped up protection and passage of a new law for transit workers after a bus driver was shot Tuesday night.

ABA releases 2012 Top 100 Events in North America list

The National Cherry Blossom Festival & Centennial Celebration in Washington, D.C. was named the top event in the U.S. by the American Bus Association’s in its annual list of the Top 100 Events in North America.

Robbery suspect falls asleep on Madison Metro bus

Madison, WI police arrested 36-year-old suspected armed robber Gerald Hopewell Wednesday morning while he was fast asleep on a Metro bus.

MCI names Wagner to new post

Motor Coach Industries has tapped Tom Wagner to be Director of Business Development for MCI Public Sector.

Free transit rides end for some Chicago seniors

Chicago’s low-income seniors who don’t meet the requirements of Illinois’ Circuit Breaker program will no longer ride free on Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace public transit.