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Report: Transit funding influences employment numbers

A new report hints at a link between economic growth and investment in public transportation.

Daimler Buses Taps DeHart for VP position

Kevin DeHart has been named Vice President of new motorcoach sales for Daimler Buses’ Setra brand.

Colossal storm wreaking havoc for transit users

From Dallas to Boston, transit passengers have been paralyzed by what’s being called a colossal winter storm.

Virtual Motorcoach

America at your fingertips welcome aboard!

New hires, buses proposed for Canada’s Grand River Transit

At least 57 employees and 19 buses could be part of the new expansion of Grand River Transit in Kitchener, ON, Canada.

Innovation on display in three more shows

Bus industry innovation is on display at shows in Sweden, the United Kingdom and Spain.

Historic Union Station still a gathering place for travelers

Standing stoically in Louisville, KY is historic Union Station, which has been the gathering place for bus and rail travelers for 120 years.

Motorcoaches stretch the limousine business

An emerging trend in the limousine industry has to do with companies investing in one or more full-size motorcoaches to accommodate clients requesting transportation for larger groups.

ABA answers FAQs on DEF

The American Bus Association (ABA), Washington D.C. offers its Urea & Diesel Exhaust Fluid Users Guide for operators and service technicians.

Industry assessment foresees better days

I can offer this glimpse into the future of the coming demand for buses worldwide.