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Stagecoach agrees to buy nine Coach America businesses

England’s Stagecoach Group has agreed to buy nine Coach America businesses out of bankruptcy protection for $134 million to increase its Megabus network.

Judge: Megabus driver not guilty in fatal bridge crash

Megabus driver John Tomaszewski was found “not guilty” on Tuesday in connection with the 2010 crash on Onondaga Lake Parkway near Syracuse that killed four passengers on his bus.

Megabus pleas to feds: Restrict additional BoltBus routes

Stagecoach Group’s has been asking federal regulators to restrict BoltBus from adding certain routes.

Overnight sleeper service next for UK Megabus

On Sept. 5, UK bus travelers from London to Glascow will be able to catch a few winks before arriving at their destination.

Peter Pan, Greyhound launch new Baltimore/NYC routes

Beginning May 10, Peter Pan Bus Lines and Greyhound will offer eight express round trips a day between Baltimore and New York, with fares starting at $1.

Coach Canada rolls on with renewed vision

Drawing on its history of providing reliable transportation for more 50 years, Coach Canada Peterborough, ON, Canada, is pushing into 2011 with a new leader who is fully focused on Megabus.

Thoughts after the Megabus accident

My passengers have been talking nearly every day about the Megabus accident a couple of weeks ago. I don’t know any more about the accident than what I read in the papers and online, so I’m not in a position to make any judgments about what the driver did or didn’t do. But accidents like this serve as a reminder to all of us drivers that we have to be vigilant at all times when we’re behind the wheel.

Authorities investigating NY Megabus crash

Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash of a Megabus near Syracuse, NY early on September 11 that left four dead.

Techno-travelers need their toys

The prevalence of portable electronics appears to change the dynamics of how Americans make travel choices. So says the latest study from the DePaul University Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development Chicago, IL. Chaddick Institute Director Joe Schwieterman says in this day and age easy access to digital technology is an absolute must for the future success of public transport.

The Van Hool Double Deck accommodates all

dapted for the U.S. market, the ADA-compliant two-door vehicle stands 13-feet high — 18 inches taller than the standard motorcoach with seating for up to 81 passengers. Standard features include cameras, seatbelts and escape hatches, onboard restroom, rear stairs and luggage area.