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Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Bus Companies and Stops
Advance Coach Ltd - (call 800-931-6930) offers charter coach service & tour Pennsylvaniackages
Conestoga Tours 1530 Commerce Dr - (call (888) 321-1864) if you are looking for a tour company that offers a variety of bus tours & tour programs, conestoga tours is the company for you. our expanded selection of cruises and international travel, along with our extensive selection of day tours, sports trips, atlantic city tours and our popular multi-day motorcoach tours, assures our customers of a wide selection from which to choose.
Executive Coach - (call 866-864-9437) charter services for Lancaster County & surrounding communities
Executive Coach Inc 525 Beaver Valley Pike - (call (866) 864-9436) premier motorcoach transportation in southern pa for 30 years. providing charter, shuttle bus and convention transportation for lancaster, harrisburg, hershey, york, west chester and northern md.
Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
April 08 2014 - Update: Demolition next to day care in Bryn Mawr raises concerns Demolition began early Monday morning on the site of one of the early commercial buildings on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr. The home of the Bryn Mawr Rug Co. for several decades, and a plumbing business from the early 1900s, the main building and a carriage house at 1112 W. Lancaster Ave. are being razed for construction of a new mixed-use retail-residential building.
April 08 2014 - Demolition next to day care in Bryn Mawr raises concerns Demolition began early Monday morning on the site of one of the early commercial buildings on Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr. The home of the Bryn Mawr Rug Co. for several decades, and a plumbing business from the early 1900s, the main building and a carriage house at 1112 W. Lancaster Ave. are being razed for construction of a new mixed-use retail-residential building.
March 13 2014 - New Directions The facts on homelessness in and around Tarrant County aren’t encouraging: The total number of homeless people rose by 13 percent in the last two years. Owners of homes and businesses near the Lancaster Avenue corridor are growing more vocal in their opposition to the expansion of homeless-service agencies there. And all this in the [...]
March 03 2014 - Memorial Express won't fade The Memorial Express fixed bus route program run by Lancaster Public Transit System will become permanent, transit officials say.
January 25 2014 - Police blotter, 1/25 A West Cornwall Township man has been charged with trying to kidnap his wife Thursday morning at a Lancaster business where she is employed.
January 19 2014 - Bus cameras catch people in the act When the idea for using camera enforcement to deal with people who illegally pass school buses in Lancaster was first raised, it had never been tried in Ohio.
January 17 2014 - County commissioner, hundreds of countians to March for Life in Washington Lancaster County Commissioner Scott Martin will be riding in one of the buses that's leaving Lancaster on Wednesday, Jan. 22, for the nation's largest pro-life rally.In fact, he paid himself for the bus that's leaving Lancaster Shopping Center early that morning for Washington D.C.He will be part of...
December 16 2013 - BYD Supporters Defend Bus Maker Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer BYD Co. Ltd. held a press conference on Friday to further defend itself from allegations it did not comply with minimum wage laws for engineers working at its Lancaster plant and North American headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
December 01 2013 - Bus trips to New York City maintain popularity for local organizers So Robert Brock, why do you go to New York City?"Well, Broadway, of course," he said. Brock, of Lancaster, runs trips to New York City for Hole in the Wall Puppet Theatre, one of many local groups that sponsor trips to the Big Apple. From shopping, to dining, to walking in a park, New York City has ...
December 01 2013 - I KNOW A STORY: Downtown Lancaster was a special place for holidays In the late 1950s and 1960s, Christmas in downtown Lancaster was a very special place for the holidays. The Lancaster and Manor shopping centers were relatively new and located too far out of town for city dwellers like us to consider taking the bus there. Park City and strip malls were not even tho...
November 04 2013 - Chinese bus builder's labor troubles may be a problem for Gov. Brown Build Your Dream's plan for an electric bus factory in Lancaster was called 'significant' by Brown, but it has been cited for paying some workers less than the minimum wage. SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown's vision to build electric buses in California may be giving him a black eye.
October 29 2013 - Lancaster BYD Plant Under Investigation The BYD Co. Ltd. electric-bus manufacturing plant in Lancaster is the subject of a continuing investigation into workplace violations by the California Department of Industrial Relations
October 27 2013 - Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris has a big business dream: China Lancaster's eccentric leader, R. Rex Parris, aggressively courts Chinese investors. A bus maker is already on board, but labor and quality issues have arisen. The city of Lancaster has few Chinese restaurants. Its mayor cannot use chopsticks. And he has tried and failed to learn Mandarin.
October 24 2013 - Suspected bus thief faces more charges A 19-year-old Lancaster man who crashed a stolen school bus in East Lampeter Township last month is now facing additional charges for incidents that occurred earlier this year, police announced Wednesday.Ryan E. Brock, of the 600 block of North Pine Street, is accused of stealing three vehicles, lic...