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Schools work to alleviate school bus, sporting conflicts

Changes are in the works to improve the school bus schedule, which has forced high school football games to end close to midnight.

Since our story aired Wednesday, KHON2 has learned the state Department of Education is looking to add more school buses. 364 more words

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Longer days, new bus routes spell problems for public school athletes

Longer school days and new school bus routes are creating new problems for thousands of Oahu public school students.

The state Department of Education has extended school days, meaning most schools now end class at around 3 p.m. 466 more words

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Motorcoach Industry Revisited

I have been involved in evaluating motorcoach companies for over thirty years.   Initially it was from the standpoint of qualifying companies for the operating lease program we offered at BusLease.  664 more words

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There's a Pony in the there somewhere...

This piece was originally published February 7, 2012

“So where can we go with this Coach America thing?”

This is a question that I hear quite often.  1,004 more words

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There are Contracts and then there are Contracts...

This piece was originally published January 24, 2012

Coach America worked very hard to develop the contract segment of its business, and wean itself away from charter. 434 more words

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Different Flavors of Consolidation

This piece was originally published January 31, 2012

A friend reminded me that there were consolidations in multiple segments of the ground transportation industry, and the approaches for each were a little different. 373 more words

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Uber is the greatest thing since the iPhone

The technology revolution has a firm hold on travel. Los Angeles hosted GBTA2014 and showed off a lot of positive changes.  Like most American cities that grew up after World War II it was designed for cars and public transportation is well behind contemporary European and Asian cities. 457 more words