Transportation in Lincoln


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  • Trailways Bus System
    Carl Busskohl began his career as a mail carrier in 1928, but soon he found he had passengers other than parcels. When folks increasingly asked to ride along on his route between Norfolk and Sioux City, Carl saw another opportunity: he traded his 7-passenger Buick in for a 25-passenger bus, making it the first vehicle of the Arrow Stage Lines fleet. After more than 80 years, Carl's enterprise has grown to include more than 160 luxury motorcoaches?all equipped with air conditioning, reclining seats, and spacious restrooms?that ferry groups, athletic teams, and big-window fan clubs to new destinations or on local and long-distance tours.
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    5250 Superior St
    Lincoln, NE US
  • Nebraska Party Bus
    Retrofitted from former city buses, Nebraska Party Bus's 6-vehicle fleet conveys revelers about town in party-style buses. The air-conditioned and heated transports include a upholstered 30-footer with a private party area in the rear, encouraging between-bar mingling, whereas a pair of 42-seaters are perfect for ferrying wedding guests to receptions or back to central casting's rent-a-wedding-guest unit. The buses serve Omaha, Lincoln, and Council Bluffs, offering patrons comfortable conveyance throughout the metro area.
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    14591 Stony Brook Blvd.
    Omaha, NE US
  • Advanced Air Incorporated
    Give Advanced Air Incorporated an hour of your time, and their instructors can give you the power of flight. Their training aircraft climbs high above Council Bluffs, where the airport's 656 acres start to look like the world's most realistic Lego set. The instructor hands over the controls, and novices take charge of a plane for the very fist time. The experience is known as a Discovery Flight, and it's a fitting name. That short time in the air can plant the seeds for a lifelong hobby, or perhaps even a career. The journey to private or commercial licenses begins in ground school, but skills solidify once on Council Bluffs Airport's runways. CBA offers new pilots an ideal location. The airport lies close to Class C airspace, so new fliers begin communicating with air traffic controllers right away. Here, Advanced Air Incorporated's instructors have led many pupils to success; their website's home page brims with words of congratulations for new fliers or pilots who have gained instrument ratings and advanced certifications. These students don't set their autopilot to fly off into the sunset. Advanced Air Incorporated keeps pilots around with a rental fleet of 10 aircraft, including Cessna and Piper models. The maintenance team also works on privately owned planes.
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    16801 McCandless Ln
    Council Bluffs, IA US
  • Jone-Z Party Bus
    Within one of the decorated party buses in Jone-Z Party Bus’s arsenal, up to 30 passengers clink glasses and celebrate weddings, bachelor parties, or Tuesdays on open, hourglass-style seating. A 2,400-watt sound system and custom lighting augment parties, which can start and end at agreed-upon locations such as homes or hotels so guests don’t have to worry about driving.
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    1 Arena Way
    Council Bluffs, IA US
  • Performance Dodge
    Performance Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Lincoln helps cars from 1983 and later stay calibrated for streamlined driving with oil and filter changes and full inspections. During the 30- to 60-minute service, factory-trained technicians feed crankcases up to 7 quarts of fresh-squeezed oil, which ensures that pistons continue pumping without engine-damaging metal-on-metal friction, and they also pop in a fresh filter to block contaminants.
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    6601 Telluride Dr
    Lincoln, NE US
  • Scooter's Coffee House
    In 1998, Don and Linda Eckles founded a simple drive-thru coffee shop. They named it Scooter's Coffeehouse in honor of their daughter, who had gained quite a reputation for speed on the baseball diamond, and their mission became to help their customers ?scoot in and scoot out? as quickly as possible. Today, the Scooters franchise spans nine states and more than 115 locations, some of which cater to people in vehicles and on cows with their drive-thru-only service. At each coffeehouse, friendly baristas brew steaming hot mugs of the house blend, a rich medium-roast blend of Indonesian and South American beans. They also craft hot and cold lattes, fruit smoothies, and sweet tea lattes, and dole out gourmet cookies, scones, and cinnamon rolls. To further satisfy sweet teeth, Scooter?s creamy mounds of self-serve frozen yogurt await more than 40 candies and fruits.
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    2901 South 84th Street
    Lincoln, NE US
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