DISCOUNT RIVAL: The Wall Street Journal features a story story today about Megabus, a discount U.S. coach operator expanding into several cities amid rising gas prices and travelers looking for cheaper alternatives. Megabus has seen passenger volumes double since last year, the Journal reports. Although the article is only available through an online or print subscription, the Associated Press did a similar story in March. Key questions for the chauffeured transportation industry are: 1) Does Megabus potentially erode demand for chauffeured vehicles? 2) Are there competitive opportunities for operators who already have motorcoaches and para-transit buses in their fleets?
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