Charter buses

Coach bus transportation in the U.S. is, without a doubt, one of the most important parts of the tourism industry and is essential for the average American in terms of reliable and affordable transportation. Coach buses are also some of the best vehicles on the road today in terms of environmental friendliness, especially in comparison to other public transportation options and single-passenger cars.

But another thing that motorcoach companies bring to the table — and something which is often overlooked — is that bus companies have increased and maintained mobility for millions of Americans when no other type of transportation service could do so. According to a recent report published by the American Bus Association, titled Save a Penguin. Take a Motorcoach., local bus services and charter bus rental services alike have played a huge role in ensuring that Americans can travel safely, whenever they want and wherever they want.

For starters, coach bus transportation accounts for an average of 751 million passenger trips each year. With five times as many bus terminals as airports in the U.S., and six times as many terminals as rail stations, motorcoach companies are able to reach a huge population of people that often don’t have access to other forms of transportation.

Coach bus transportation also provides intercity commercial travel options for an estimated 14.4 million Americans living in rural regions — areas where airplanes and commercial trains have no stops, and if they do make quick stops, few lines offer vehicles and terminals that are accessible to anyone with mobile restrictions. Coach buses, on the other hand, often have spacious amenities in order to provide comfortable room for every passenger, regardless of mobility. There’s no standing in long security lines at the airport, or dragging heavy suitcases through a huge terminal, or stepping over large cracks between a platform and rail line in order to board a bus.

Coach bus transportation may not be the most popular way of travelling, and many people overlook the services provided by their local bus companies. But this industry serves an important purpose in the country’s transportation system,