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Arrow Stage Lines Executive Edition – Luxury Business Transportation

Arrow Stage Lines Executive Edition – Luxury Business Transportation

Arrow Stage Lines has announced the addition of a new line of vehicles to fit your luxury business transportation needs. With the recent addition of two Mercedes sprinter vehicles to the fleet, the Executive Edition line-up was created! The Executive Edition line-up will be located in the Omaha, Neb. location.    These vehicles feature plush leather seating with substantial legroom. Automatic sliding doors with a blacked out interior. The vehicles also come equipped with plenty of storage and Arrow Connect can also be added.  “Arrow Executive Edition was designed with the business traveler and small group in mind,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “These vehicles are the perfect fit for any small group looking to travel in style.”  The Executive Edition vehicles are available to be booked for your transportation needs, today. Click on the Quick Quote option above, select Nebraska and choose the 11 passenger...
Arrow Stage Lines Adds CX Models to Fleet

Arrow Stage Lines Adds CX Models to Fleet

Arrow Stage Lines has taken delivery of two VanHool CX models. These white coaches feature Arrow Connect and seat up to 56 passengers. “We have made multiple additions to our fleet this past year,” said Arrow Stage Lines COO Luke Busskohl. “We believe the CX will provided added diversity to our already vast product offering.” The company currently runs VanHool’s TX model, and recently took delivery of 3 TX models in June. These coaches come equipped with a plush blue interior, hard wood floors, led lighting, back window, and a roomy lavatory in the rear of the coach. The coaches will be located in the company’s Denver base....

The World’s Toughest Bus: It’s Regular Route through Downtown Baghdad

With their admirable size and power, pretty much all buses are tough vehicles. However, there are some that are tougher than most and one prime example is the Rhino Runner. This unique vehicle has to travel along one of the most dangerous routes imaginable, which is why it needs to be such a tough vehicle. Route Irish is one of the most dangerous routes on the planet, and encompasses the stretch between Baghdad’s secure Green Zone and the airport. This is a route that has become known for everything from ambushes through to explosions and attacks, so travelling in a ‘tin can’ vehicle really isn’t an option. The Rhino Runner – World’s Toughest Bus Even the name of this extra tough vehicle reflects its toughness – and this level of toughness is definitely a necessity given the fact that pot-shots have been taken at these vehicles while travelling this route. Thanks to its design this vehicle is able to provide transport in an area where travelling in a regular vehicle could be considered suicidal. Accounts of attacks that have taken place on this dangerous route have shown how passengers who were on Rhino Runners in the immediate vicinity managed to escape unscathed, which gives you an idea of just how tough these vehicles are. More remarkable is the fact that this is a handmade vehicle and is able to withstand bullets of all calibers. In addition, the glass is designed so that bullets cannot enter the bus but they can be shot out from inside the bus! If you would like to bring your group on a great motorcoach journey, Arrow...

See These Incredible Adverts on Bus Decals from Around the World

Over the years, the world of advertising has changed in many ways. There are all sorts of ways to advertise products, services, events, and pretty much anything else these days, from television and radio advertisements to online and mobile advertisements. One form of advertising that has been successfully used for many years is very simple yet hugely effective – advertising on buses. These vehicles can act like billboards on wheels when it comes to advertising, and the more striking and eye-catching the advertisement the more it will stick in the minds of all those who use or even see the bus. Fabulous advert creations on bus decals There are many wonderful possibilities when it comes to adverts on buses, and many companies and creative people have gone far beyond a standard advert just running along the side of the bus. Some of the most striking adverts on bus decals from around the world include: Copenhagen Zoo: An incredible advertising campaign for the zoo in Copenhagen saw a bright yellow and red bus ‘crushed’ by a mammoth snake that appeared to be wrapped around it from end to end. National Geographic: An advertisement for the National Geographic channel saw the bus being painted with a mural of the sea with a huge shark rising from it. The doors of the bus actually had the teeth of the shark painted on, so as the doors opened the passenger would step in or out of the shark’s mouth. Careerbuilder.com: The Careerbuilder.com bus is simple yet effective. It simply has the words ‘Don’t Jump’ plastered across the top of the vehicle along with the...

Is it a Bus or a Train? Meet these Weird & Wonderful Guided Buses

These days, buses come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. While some of these vehicles fit in with the typical image that is conjured up by the word ‘bus’, others are truly innovative vehicles and many would be hard pressed to even work out whether they were buses or some other form of transport. Some of the weird and wonderful guided buses include: Cambridgeshire Guided Busway: Located in England, this busway connects a number of areas including Cambridge, Huntingdon, and St. Ives. There are specially adapted vehicles used and there is no need for the driver to use the steering wheel on the guided parts of the route. This busway opened in 2011 and cost tens of millions more than its projected £150 million estimate. It is now the world’s longest guided busway. Crawley Fastway: Also in England, this guided busway system provides connections between Crawley, Gatwick Airport, and Horley. Special adapted vehicles are used that can be steered by hand or can be operated as guided buses that do not require steering. Special tracks were constructed for the use of these vehicles. O-Bahn Busway: This guided busway system can be found in Adelaide, Australia, and has provided a great way to ease congestion and traffic. This was the first system of its kind in the country and amongst the first on a global basis, having been introduced in the mid 1980s. Yutorito Line: Based in Nagoya, Japan, this rapid transit system opened in 2001. The system includes a guided bus track as well as an ordinary non-guided road section. Many consider this more of a railway than...

Could this be the Greenest Bus in the World?

The green cause is something that has come to the forefront of many people’s minds and is high on the agenda of countries around the world. Over recent years many countries have been aiming to promote this cause, putting environmental health at the center of everything from disposal of refuse through to transport systems. When it comes to green transport, Adelaide in Australia has a huge feather in its caps, as it is home to what has been described as the world’s greenest public transport system. By embracing solar power, the city is looking to slash emissions and improve environmental health. The Tindo Buses – Greenest Bus in the World? One type of public transport that forms part of the sustainability plan for the city is the fleet of Tindo buses. There are no emissions with these vehicles as they are electric. These unique vehicles are actually charged up like your cell phone at the central bus station in the city and can then cover around 125 miles before needing to recharge. Looks like a contender for the title of greenest bus in the world, eh? The vehicle also benefits from greater energy efficiency, which is boosted through its unique regenerative braking system, which further adds to its green credentials. With the ability to carry 40 passengers at any one time, the Tindo is even able to offer air conditioning and free WiFi, so not only is it green but it also offers comfort and mod-cons. In just a matter of months, these buses have made a huge difference to carbon emissions and fuel savings, making them a real asset to...

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