With no COVID-19 relief in sight, the private bus industry could collapse — taking with it a vital US transport network

9 Dec 2020 9:58 AM | Ann Smith (Administrator)

Owosso, Michigan-based Indian Trails — now in its third generation of continuous family ownership — was founded in 1910 and grew over the past century to become one of the major private bus companies in the Midwest. Now with roughly 80 buses in its fleet, the firm transports close to 2 million passengers annually through its scheduled intercity service, private charters, contract shuttles, and Michigan Flyer airport shuttle.

But when the pandemic began to take hold in March, Indian Trails' 110 years of business was upended virtually overnight.  Read more


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