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ABA, OMCA launch new group travel website

The American Bus Association has partnered with the Ontario Motor Coach Association to unveil www.CharterBusConnect.com.

RouteMatch awarded Idaho transit contract

Atlanta, GA-based RouteMatch has been awarded a contract to provide transportation software throughout Idaho.

IC Bus launches AE Series Type A school bus

Navistar’s IC Bus today unveiled its fully integrated Type A school bus during an event in Portland, OR.

Bridgestone increases prices 8 percent

Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations announced today an 8 percent increase in price for tires fitted on buses, trucks, along with agricultural and off-road vehicles.

VDL launches the Futura; Citea is Bus of the Year

The Netherlands-based company with headquarters in Eindhoven recently launched a new range of Futura luxury coaches, and the Citea CLF 120 won the coveted Bus of the Year from nominations by the leading trade journalists in 17 European countries.

Tell Your Story sparks community awareness

Everyone has a story and hundreds of Cincinnati Metro riders shared theirs. This summer we sponsored a unique contest to allow our riders to tell their stories of how public transportation has made a difference in their lives.

BUSRide 2010 Safe Driver Hall of Fame presented by 5Star Specialty Programs

BUSRide takes pleasure in announcing the 2010 inductees into the BUSRide Safe Driver Hall of Fame presented by 5Star Specialty Programs.

NHTSA issues the NPRM on seat belts

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that begins the process to mandate lap and shoulder restraint systems based on established U.S. standards and specifications on all newly manufactured motorcoaches. The eventual law becomes effective in January 2014.

Temsa goes global with virtual assist

A crisis can provide an opportunity for change and growth in a company. The Turkish bus manufacturer Temsa could not agree more, crediting the engineering firm LMS International for its bounce back from Turkey’s financial crisis and climb to the top of the global coach and bus market.

Panel corrosion repair made easy

At Chicago Sightseeing Company we do everything we can to keep our motorcoaches for a 20-year life cycle, which means adhering to our strategy to keep our vehicles in safe and good condition. Panel corrosion will always be a situation we, like all operators, must face and repair. Over the years we have come up with an easy and perhaps obvious solution to this problem.