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ARBOC delivers fleet expansion and faster accessibility for the community of Holland-Zeeland

With a fleet that is 65 percent ARBOC, this Holland-based operator caters to travelers of all mobility needs Originally formed in 2000 as an outgrowth of Holland’s dial-a-ride bus service, Macatawa Area Express (MAX), is a small urban transit system that provides mass transportation in Ottawa County’s Holland-Zeeland metropolitan area. The system operated three simple […]

ELD in Review

How have things changed since the ELD mandate? BUSRide explores the current state of the motorcoach industry’s device adoption, issues and future perspectives with industry experts. Since the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) mandate has taken effect, how do you feel that the motorcoach industry is keeping up, and to what degree has the industry adopted […]

Where does the rubber from tire wear go?

By Christopher W. Ferrone A great episode from Seinfeld has Jerry musing about where the rubber on his BMW tires goes when it rubs off. This is truly an enigma. Like Jerry, it’s good to stop and remind ourselves of all that goes on with a set of tires. As tires wear, the material does in […]


No one walks alone in ABA affiliated councils By David Hubbard Among its many membership services and benefits, the American Bus Association (ABA) sponsors its affiliated councils focused on specific bus and coach operator groups. Established in 1999, the Business Industry Safety Council (BISC) set the stage to define, clarify and elevate safety awareness in […]

Building Livable Cities

Building Livable Cities Through Connected Collaboration By Lindy Norris, New Flyer of America Simply put, “livability” is the element of a community that makes people want to live there. It is the result of several factors that add up to create a community’s quality of life. Smart Mobility: Creating livable cities In 2017, American Public […]


Financing Your Fleet Amanda Lundmark – assistant vice president of sales – 1st Source Bank Bus Division Matt Hotchkiss – senior vice president, bus division sales manager – Wells Fargo Equipment Finance Gregg Goedde – vice president– ABC Bus Leasing, Inc. Greg Berg – director of commercial finance – REV Group David Scoular – director […]


Are We Really Achieving Equal Access for All? BUSRide spoke with industry thought leaders about the present state of accessibility – and where there are opportunities for innovation in the future. Dave Brown – president – MobilityTRANS Bill and Norma Niederhofer – owners – Lone Star Handicap Vans Ryan Lamb – regional sales manager, commercial bus […]


UTA secures its services with Safety Vision By Richard Tackett A rail fleet as big as the Utah Transit Authority’s (UTA) requires constant oversight. The agency’s TRAX light-rail system and its FrontRunner heavy-rail service combined to provide over 1.8 million rides in January 2018 alone, making the system susceptive to onboard incidents. Despite this, the […]

Are you really willing to make accessible public transit sustainable for the long term?

By Jeff Zarr The transit space is facing higher paratransit costs, an aging population that will increase the number of paratransit riders in the coming years, a decline in fixed route ridership, all while fighting steady traffic congestion. This is not sustainable. The industry needs to transition from its current structure The U.S. has an […]


Creating New Revenue Streams with Fare Collection For this important discussion on fare collection best practices with a focus on revenue, BUSRide spoke with the following experts: Darren Dickson – president – Genfare Michael Primeaux – global head of engineering and architecture – Vix Technology In what ways does your platform enable a reliable, dependable […]