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The Role Luxury Buses Can Play in Reduced Carbon Emissions

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Finding new and innovate ways to get from point A to point B is something that many in the transportation industry are trying to do. For the past decade more and more luxury buses have popped up, trying to give Americans more travel options. The service is just like other bus services that take riders interstate but it is pitched as a more luxurious Read more

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