The motorcoach industry is a vital part of America’s transportation network. It provides reliable, affordable access to residents in rural and urban communities. Research from The American Bus Association Foundation illustrates just how much the industry contributes to the nation’s connectivity.
Motorcoach and Passenger Rail Comparison
This analysis compares customer costs (fare, travel time) and societal costs (government subsidies, air emissions) associated with twenty specific trips that can currently be taken between select U.S. city pairs on both an Amtrak train and on a scheduled intercity motorcoach bus. Read Report
Keeping Rural Communities Connected: Comparison of Essential Air Service Program To Coach Bus Service
This study compares the costs and environmental effects of supporting rural mobility using scheduled intercity motorcoach service to current air links funded under the Essential Air Service (EAS) program. Read Report