From individuals arriving at the airport to parties of 32 out of the town, S&G Limousine makes sure that the journey is just as exciting as the destination. Its fleet of Hummer limos, town cars, and SUVs transport passengers to a variety of destinations.
Mike Tarascio's life changed forever in 1981 when a business partner offered him a ride to a conference in New Jersey—not in a town car or on a tandem bicycle, but in a small private airplane. The very next year, Mike bought an airplane of his own and founded the business that would eventually become Ventura Aviation. Today, he, his wife, and their sons operate their business out of Republic Airport, where they use their fleet of Learjets, Piper Warriors, and a helicopter to train a new generation of skyborne adventurers. Their goal is to introduce clients to the limitless lifestyle and freedom that comes with personal aviation, and inspire others to make the life-changing decision to learn to fly.
Jay Leno and Ralph Lauren may each own a lot of cars, but their fleets are nothing compared to the number of vehicles Impark Parking must protect in a single day. The company operates more than 2,000 parking facilities in 34 cities throughout North America, from Atlanta to Baltimore to Winnipeg. That accounts for nearly half a million parking spots in total, a far cry from the single lot that Impark—then known as Imperial Parking—started out with. Today, more than 50 years later, it operates as a fully integrated company with expertise in garage management, carbon neutral practices, and recycling.
Across North America, Impark operates more than 2,000 parking facilities encompassing 450,000 spaces?enough to accommodate the entire population of Equatorial Guinea, if it agreed to carpool. The company welcomes drivers in 34 cities, including New York City, Toronto, and Seattle.
Imperial Travels and Limousine Services is much closer to a mom-and-pop business than your typical chauffeur service—at least in origin. It was founded by a father and son, the former a part of the transportation industry for more than three decades. And in terms of service, the limo company runs like a well-oiled machine. Its chauffeurs shuttle passengers to and from airports, weddings, or kindergarten proms in limos, sedans, SUVs, and vans.
The Long Island Transit Bus Company delivers daily commuters to their Manhattan-based places of business without the exasperating stop-and-go of rush-hour driving or shoulder-to-shoulder stuffiness of subway cars. On weekdays, car-owning commuters can park their trusty vehicles at St. Patrick?s Roman Catholic Church in Glen Cove or Christopher Morley Park in Roslyn, and the hoofbound can show up to either spot or the bus-stop-only Glen Cove Road location to board buses bound for Wall Street or Midtown at up to eight morning times. Safety-certified drivers possess the coveted HOV endorsement honor, allowing them to zip happily down carpool lanes past the traffic gridlocked on the expressway. Meanwhile, the onboard free WiFi lets in-transit professionals catch up on Oprah?s final season. Luxury buses boast reclining seats, overhead storage, restrooms, and complimentary views into other commuters' cars. At the end of the day, work-weary travelers climb aboard at their pickup point, fleeing the city as early as 4:45 p.m., or catch up on piles of paperwork and grab the last bus home from Wall Street at 6 p.m. or Midtown at 8 p.m.