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Trailways Transportation System
Trailways Transportation System. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1954) Trailways Icon Tommy Trailways. 5 out of 5 preferred Thru-Liners the smartest distance between two points. The company was founded Feb. 5, 1936, by Burlington Transportation Company, Santa Fe Trails Transportation Company, Missouri-Pacific Stages, Safeway Lines, Inc., and Frank Martz Coach Company. The system originated with coast-to-coast service as the National Trailways Bus System (NTBS). Greyhound Lines had grown so quickly in the 1920s and 1930s that the Interstate Commerce Commission encouraged smaller independent operators to form the NTBS to provide competition. Unlike Greyhound, which centralized ownership, Trailways member companies became a formidable competitor while staying an association of almost 100 separate companies. Today the company members are spread across North America. They provide charter bus service, bus tours and scheduled route services, with some members providing regular route service to areas not served by any other bus company on an interlining basis with Greyhound Lines, each other, and independent companies. Members also offer motorcoach charters and tours in competitive markets. Service area: United States, Canada, Germany, Netherlands. Service type: Intercity coach service. Enjoy these vintage ads for Trailways Transportation System while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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