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J.J. Keller introduces Video on Demand offering

J.J. Keller & Associates now offers more than 100 training videos through the company’s new online Video on Demand section.

Propane autogas paratransit bus unveiled today

Through June 10 at the Community Transportation Association Expo in Indianapolis, a new paratransit bus fueled by propane autogas will be unveiled to public transportation professionals.

Casino bus crash injures 20

A tour casino bus crashed with a Dodge sedan Sunday evening on the Dan Ryan Expressway in Chicago, leaving 20 injured.

FMCSA hits Sky Express with cease and desist order

Sky Express has been issued a cease and desist order by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for attempting to operate and sell tickets under a different company name.

Tour bus driver charged with involuntary manslaughter

Kin Yiu Cheung, the tour bus driver who allegedly fell asleep before crashing a tour bus on Interstate 95 in Virginia Tuesday morning, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter.

Atheist-agnostic group sues over bus ads

Little Rock-based Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CATA) is being sued for by the Central Arkansas Coalition of Reason, claiming the agency rejected the group’s bus ad proposal.

Border Crisis tour visits U.S.-Mexico line

Tucson-based Gray Line Tours just finished the first run of its “Border Crisis: Fact and Fiction” tour.

Fort Worth Transit: Pull up your pants

Transit customers of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority have been given a warning: pull up your pants or you will be refused service.

Charlotte Observer: Feds gave extension to Sky Express

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration was close to shutting down Charlotte, NC-based Sky Express for driver-safety violations last week, just days before the Virginia crash.

Fuel costs creating dilemmas for agencies, operators

Instability in the Middle East this spring has had an obvious affect on fuel prices in North America — similar to what was experienced three years ago in the summer of 2008. With the cost of a barrel of oil nearing the $110 mark and a gallon of diesel now over four dollars, public transit agencies and private motorcoach owners are dealing with rising fuel costs and the influx of new riders.