The Massachusetts Bus
Association (MassBus) is a cooperative association of private bus
companies established to promote and advance bus transportation in
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
MassBus is continually working to
improve the bus industry, which is a significant component of the
public transportation network and contributor to the area economic
development. The goal of this organization is to work closely with the
public policy makers on issues affecting the bus industry, including
government policies and programs, highway regulations, fuel and excise
tax policies, privatization and contract opportunities, as well as bus
manufacturer issues and concerns. Representatives from MassBus serve on
government advisory committees for the Massachusetts Tourism Office and
the transportation planning organization in the Boston area.
MassBus Board of Directors and the organization members meet monthly in
Boston to address issues such as Boston tour and commuter bus parking,
Logan Airport access, South Station Transportation Center bus facility,
political and agency relations and more.
As an organization,
MassBus has worked cooperatively and productively a number on a number
of projects with federal, state, regional, and local government
MassBus members include companies operating intercity,
commuter, airport, shuttle, contract, charter, and tour services.
MassBus membership is open to all licensed bus companies operating in