A New Era in Bus Routes and Service

In a move to boost bus service in Houston, the Houston Independent System Operator (HISO) has launched its own bus company to supplement existing bus routes.The new company, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), will be based out of the Loop in Downtown Houston.BRT will be the first company in the state to offer a service to […]

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Why China’s New Silk Road Bus Cases Aren’t ‘China Bus’ – Part 3

A bus passenger was arrested in China’s capital on Monday on suspicion of using his cellphone to take a photo of a bus, according to the People’s Daily, China’s official newspaper.The passenger, surnamed Wang, was stopped at a bus stop at the airport near the Chinese Embassy in the capital Chongqing and told by a […]

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How to use the new Google Bus Simulator

Google’s bus service has been improved by a software update for the Google Bus app.Bus Simulator 4 is now the first major update to the app since Google acquired the company last month, the company announced today.Google Bus Simulator includes new functionality for tracking and sharing bus routes with other users and features for scheduling […]

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How do you decide when to stop a bus?

Posted September 27, 2018 06:05:25 Bus timetables are notoriously vague, and there’s a tendency to get distracted by the latest news, which can sometimes lead to inaccurate predictions.We’re here to help with that.Bus schedules are designed to help us make an informed decision on when to take a bus, when to get off and when […]

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New MTA Bus Schedules: ‘The Greyhound Bus Line Is Still On The Bus’

New MTA bus schedules have been released for the 2018-2019 season, and there is one thing that really catches our eye.It’s the Greyhound bus line.As the new season kicks off, we look back at the 2018 season, including the Greyhounds return to NYC and the 2018 NYC mayoral election.Read More

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New data from the US shows ‘bus-based economy’ is not just the new normal

Bus service in the US has seen a big rebound in the past year as new cities have sprouted up.But the surge in passenger traffic is not the only thing that’s changing.We are seeing a bus-based economic recovery in the United States, and we’re seeing the economic benefits to be realised in a number of […]

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When Will Your Child Go to School?

By now you’ve probably heard that the number of children attending school is on the rise.As many as half a million more children are enrolled in public schools in the United States in 2016, compared with 2007.And it’s a trend that’s likely to continue as school districts around the country continue to slash class sizes […]

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