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Over the years, I have reported on Stagecoach, Europe’s most successful land passenger transport company, which Sir Brian Souter and his sister, Ann Gloag, co-founded in 1980.

Stagecoach chief talks

Martin Griffiths explains how and why the system has succeeded in the U.S.

Connected travel on the rise

A new study by DePaul University’s Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development reveals the use of personal electronic devices on city-to-city trips continues to rise sharply. offers 200,000 free seats

On Tuesday announced it is offering 200,000 free seats for travel Jan. 4 to March 1, 2012. Customers can now begin booking their free seats.

Megabus' Moser speaks out for equal enforcement

Politicians speaking on the motorcoach industry should really do a better job to differentiate one motorcoach operation from another to avoid the danger of making public statements that drag down the fully compliant 95 percent in the eye of the public. expanding in The Big Peach, the popular express bus company with fares starting at $1, has added Atlanta as its seventh hub. announces new options in North America

Brian Souter, chief executive officer of Stagecoach Group, Perth, UK, says he is more excited about the prospects for

Greyhound takes on in Midwest

Greyhound has received a very positive response to the Dec. 1 launch of its new express service in several Midwest cities.

Blizzard halts East Coast bus transportation

What’s being called the Holiday Blizzard of 2010 has caused havoc for bus operators in the Northeast. wins Travelzoo Award was recognized at the fourth annual Travelzoo Awards ceremony, held in Phoenix, AZ Monday night.