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Putting the “Bus” Back in Business Travel

If you’re a business traveler tired of planes and trains, maybe you should look at an automobile — of the bus variety. “What’s that?” you may ask incredulously. “You’re actually suggesting that we business-suited captains of industry abandon our glamorous jet-set lifestyles in order to get on board… a bus?” Yes buses, deservedly or not, occupy the lowest rung on the transportation totem pole. But that’s changing for business travelers. — Yahoo Travel


Listen to Bob Weiss’s Business Travel Report on LimoLiner:


The Boston Globe
Avon-based LimoLiner offers $89 rides from Boston to New York

“We’re the only company with this type of service, with an onboard attendant serving free snacks, meals, nonalcoholic beverages … It’s like first-class air service but on the ground.” — Q&A with Mark Richardson, LimoLiner president and CEO


Millionaire Corner
The First Three Letters in Business are B-U-S

“[L]uxury seating and loads of space for a traveler who wants to get where he is going for a lower cost and a much more pleasant travel experience…. leather seats with personal TV monitors and free Wi-Fi that works with more regularity than Wi-Fi on flights.”


CBS News
More Hitting the Road - by Bus

“[P]illows and blankets, super-clean bathrooms, high-speed Internet access, clear cell-phone reception, power ports at each seat, meeting tables at the rear of the vehicle, snacks and beverages, video and audio entertainment, and complimentary glass of wine …”


Washington Post
Business Travel: Shuttle Scuttlebutt

“The most notable is LimoLiner. It runs lavishly appointed motor coaches configured with just 28 reclining leather seats. It has WiFi, worktables, flowers in the lavatory, and an onboard attendant.”


Fodor's Travel
Boston Travel Guide

“If you want to travel in style, the LimoLiner provides luxury bus service (with television, movies, high-speed Internet, and food-and-drink service) between Boston’s Hilton Back Bay and Manhattan’s Hilton New York for $89 each way.”