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Matthews Buses opens new Orlando facility

Matthews Buses, one of the largest bus dealers in the U.S. and one of Rifled Air Conditioning’s best distributors, opened its new Orlando, FL facility earlier this month.

WorldStrides Announces Rebranding of Divisions

WorldStrides, the largest educational student travel organization in the nation, announced today the rebranding of its primary programs and divisions into three cohesive brands. Since 1967, WorldStrides has provided four million students the opportunity to learn beyond classroom walls. Today, it is introducing new brand names that will help unite its broad-ranging offerings of educational […]

Adding muscle to Manatee’s sport tourism effort

BRADENTON — Manatee County’s one-person sports tourism effort would expand into a three-person staff and eventually wean itself off of tourism tax dollars under a plan to create a nonprofit sports commission. “I’ve been a staff of one since…

Obama tricked-out coach rolls through Midwest

President Obama now has something in common with Cher, Lady Gaga, Sarah Palin, Tom Hanks, Josh Groban and The Rockettes.

Packers fans win with Green Bay Metro Transit play

Green Bay Metro Transit has established four new routes on game days to serve Lambeau Field, Austin Straubel International Airport, along with residential and metro areas.

Study: Public transit forced to raise fares

A new report by the American Public Transportation Association finds that nearly 80 percent of public transit systems have already implemented fare increases or service cuts in 2010 or are considering them for the future because of flat or decreased local and/or regional funding.

Religious Group Trips to Branson, Missouri

 Branson is the unlikely location of one of the most visited cities in the Midwest. Known as the “live music show capital of the world,” Branson is a faith group hotspot for its family atmosphere, award-winning gospel shows and natural beauty of t…

COTA sees ridership increase

An increasing number of people in the Columbus, OH area are using mass transit, according to the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA).

Altair to unveil hydraulic hybrid transit bus

Troy, MI-based Altair will unveil what the company calls the world’s first series hydraulic hybrid transit bus Sept. 7 at the company’s Troy headquarters.

Fort Lauderdale for Religious Tourists

Located on Florida’s southeastern seaboard, 38 miles north of Miami,Fort Lauderdale attracts tourists from all over the world with its subtropical climate. It’s famous for being one of the most popular spring break getaways in America, but there is…