The parts game: Itís going, growing . . . and competitive|
In the half-dozen years since the Great Recession, the motorcoach industry has experienced a general, if uneven, recovery, but sales of new motorcoaches have yet to return to pre-2008...
Serial bus thief: On the road again in stolen coach?|
TOLEDO, Ohio - Was it just a coincidence or could it be that an old industry nemesis has struck again?
Around the middle of last month, a loaner motorcoach was stolen...
CARB filter retrofits causing costly maintenance issues|
SACRAMENTO - Forcing the exhaust of an old diesel engine through a brand-new filter, like pushing 10 pounds of flour into a five-pound bag, probably will make a mess.
Discount bus operator Fung Wah may be forced to close |
BOSTON - Fung Wah, the discount bus operator that was shut down two years ago for safety violations, may close for good after losing its pick-up and drop-off spot in Boston.
New Gordie Howe Bridge will link Canada, U.S.|
WINDSOR, Ontario - A yet-to-be-built bridge linking Detroit and Windsor will be named after hockey icon Gordie Howe.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper...
Here is some advice about email marketing: Do it now|
By Christian Riddell
Motorcoach Marketing Council
What if I told you there was a type of marketing that costs next to nothing,...
Driver retention: It's (a lot) more than more money|
With the motorcoach industry facing a shortage of drivers, operators across the country say they are working harder than ever to hold onto good drivers.
Limo operator buys Passaic Valley Coaches of New Jersey|
CHATHAM, N.J. - Passaic Valley Coach Lines, a family owned company based in north-central New Jersey, has been purchased by a nearby limousine company that wants to offer its clients coach services....
New coach sales climb during 2014, led by public sector|
Combined private- and public-sector sales of new MCI, Prevost, Setra, Van Hool and Volvo motorcoaches rose last year, paced by a double-digit increase in purchases by public transit...
Busing students on public transit proves a failure|
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Leaders of the contract school transportation industry say the failure of a controversial agreement allowing a public transit agency here to bus students proves that...