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   Hello Megabus: Trailways of New York announces new partnership

Photo: Megabus.com, part of Coach USA

  From Bus & Motorcoach News:

Trailways of New York is moving on after its divorce from Greyhound this spring. It's partnering with Megabus, one of the largest bus companies in North America and a major competitor of Greyhound.

Megabus.com, part of Coach USA, offers intercity bus service across the eastern, southern and midwestern United States and in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. It's known for offering city-to-city express bus service across North America with fares as low as $1. The company recently introduced real-time tracking on buses, allowing customers to monitor their buses with live departure and arrival times..............................


March 2022 - Official Commercial Blue Book and Official School Bus Blue Book!

   FlixBus Reports Record-Breaking Summer Season

Flix SE launched Flix North America Inc. in July 2022 to steer the two operating entities FlixBus Inc. and Greyhound toward
providing the best customer experience across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Photo: FlixBus

  From Metro:

Flix, the global provider of travel options operating in 39 countries, reported a record-breaking summer season result (Q2/Q3 2022). Thanks to the strong returning demand for travelling after the pandemic and the rising importance of shared and climate-friendly mobility, Flix has grown the number of carried passengers by 130% across the globe for the period April - September 2022, compared to the same period last year.

The recovery of the Flix business is driven by its global expansion and passenger numbers are even above pre-pandemic levels in 2019 for the Flix group...................................

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   Legislation Introduced to Combat Catalytic Converter Thefts

The PART Act has broad support from industry associations such as NADA, NAFA, ATA, TRALA, and ACRA, the American Car Rental Association. Photo: iStock

  From School Bus Fleet:

U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) have introduced legislation to combat the rise in catalytic converter thefts, according to a news release.

The Preventing Auto Recycling Thefts (PART) Act would ensure that law enforcement can more effectively address these thefts by marking each converter with a traceable identification number and establishing converter thefts as a criminal offense.

"Throughout the country, we’ve seen an alarming increase in catalytic converter thefts," said Klobuchar. "These converters can be easily taken from unattended cars but are difficult and expensive for car owners to replace. By making catalytic converter theft a criminal offense and ensuring each converter can be easily tracked, our legislation would provide law enforcement officers with the tools and resources they need to crack down on these crimes." ...................................

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