Luxury Coach & Transportation

February 2014

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LIMOUSINE, CHARTER & TOUR FEBRUARY 2014 29 © 2014 Cabot Coach Builders, Inc. See Royale's latest innovations at the LCT Show, MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas Contact us at 1.800.544.5587 or email W h er e Cra f tsm a n s hi p Counts ™ a Cabot Coach Builders Company because they can schedule a repair or preventative maintenance appointment at their convenience, even at off-peak hours," said PATRICK MCGUIRE, director of MCI Service Centers, who said the mobile units typify what's inside an MCI Service Center. "The mobile mainte- nance trucks will allow us to better serve operators at their own facilities providing them convenience and also saving them time and money. This new service will make it more convenient and cost effective for motorcoach op- erators to keep f eets in compliance and up to date, with safer equipment and fewer breakdowns." Services will span roadside diagnos- tics, brakes, air leaks and lights, to belts, hose replacements and more. On-call technicians will be able to create records and issue paperwork onsite. A pre- programed GPS system with operator locations and contact information will let technicians provide estimated times of arrival and continued communication. To schedule a visit from MCI's mobile maintenance unit, call (888) 912-9983. MCI TO DELIVER 84 CNG COM- MUTER COACHES TO NJ TRANSIT DES PLAINES, Ill. — MCI announced that NJ TRANSIT has awarded it a contract for 84 natural-gas-fueled MCI Commuter Coaches with wheelchair lifts. The new CNG coaches will replace coaches that have each logged more than a half a million miles. Delivery will begin in late 2014. As the f rst U.S. agency to pur- chase CNG MCI Commuter Coaches, NJ TRANSIT took delivery of 50 of the CNG coaches in 1999 as part of a pilot program, and ordered an additional 27 CNG units the following year. Over the last three decades, MCI has supplied more than 2,350 Commuter Coaches to NJ TRANSIT, which was one of the f rst agencies to use the coach to extend its reach into outlying city and suburban areas to better serve the state's commuter population. "MCI greatly values NJ TRANSIT and its mission to provide its ridership comfort, dependability and energy alternatives for a greener future," said PATRICK SCULLY, MCI executive vice president of sales and marketing. NJ TRANSIT is the nation's third largest provider of bus, rail and light rail transit, link- ing major points in New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia. The agency operates a f eet of 2,027 buses, 711 trains and 45 light rail vehicles, providing nearly 223 million passen- ger trips each year. The MCI CNG Commuter Coach offers exceptionally low carbon di- oxide emissions and lower fuel costs, while supporting domestic energy production. LIMOSCENE IS COMPILED by LCT editor Martin Romjue and LCT senior editor Tim Crowley. Please send information and photos to or For updated industry news, check out LCT E-News blasted out each Wednesday. Register at L I M O _ 0 2 1 4 l i m o s c e n e . i n d d 2 9 LIMO_0214limoscene.indd 29 1 / 2 1 / 1 4 1 0 : 5 1 A M 1/21/14 10:51 AM

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