October 2016
BUSRide Magazine;Oct2016, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p16
The article offers inforation on the bus and mass transport system in the U.S. It mentions the addition of two MCI J4500s on the 14-unit J4500 coach fleet of Southern Coaches. It cites the move of Orlando, Florida-based bus company Stylus Transportation to purchase TEMSA brand of buses in increasing the capability of its fleet.


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