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Government and civil agencies of the US and Canada perform the complete scope of functions essential for the smooth running of a country. The employees of the majority of these agencies are considered civil servants and are responsible for all bureaucratic duties.
Transportation is required for the vast majority of non-virtual projects that cannot be performed at the office — from research to training and from inspections to implementation. As long as the project requires a team of civil servants to work out of the office as a group, some form of transportation is inevitably needed. A government bus charter is the optimal solution. Bus.com is proud to offer safe and reliable charter bus rentals to all government employees.
Bus.com is a full-circle charter bus rental planning platform and booking service operating throughout the United States and Canada. We have experience moving large government groups at all levels — whether it be municipal, state/provincial, or federal.
Examples of transportation requests Bus.com can fulfill for the Department of Veteran Affairs include healthcare and monitoring services in clinics located throughout the country, charter buses for vocational rehabilitation and education assistance, and transportation to the memorial services and honoring events.
The United States Department of Defense (DoD, USDOD, or DOD) supervises, coordinates, and executes all functions related to national security and the Armed Forces. The DoD is the largest employer in the world, with over 1.3 Million soldiers, marines, sailors, airmen, and civil contractors who perform tasks across the country. The DoD widely uses charter buses for both training and on-duty transportation, as well as for renting buses for personnel during state emergencies.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (also CDC) is the primary public health institute of the United States. The main goal of the CDC is disease control and prevention. The CDC carries out projects around more than 400 diseases and health threats. Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) is the CDC program for “disease detectives” who investigate health threats within the US and globally.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has its headquarters in Washington, DC, as well as ten regional offices, and 27 laboratories. The agency rents charter buses to conduct environmental assessments, research, and education. EPA employees rent buses to visit industry and government leaders to work on preserving resources and preventing pollution.
Canadian government employees (also called the public service) develop, advise on, and execute government projects. They mainly work in the public sector and implement policies and laws in all areas that affect people’s everyday life, like education and health. Canadian government and civil charter buses are used by nearly every public service to meet, conduct monitoring, or execute field projects.
The Department of Health Canada (or SC) is responsible for Canadian health policy. It is responsible for health-related agencies, like the Public Health Agency of Canada, Together, those agencies and the Department ensure public safety, food safety, drug distribution and availability, information availability, research, and emergency support programs. All agencies use charter buses during cooperation and special field projects and inspections.
Bus.com can handle large-scale group transportation itineraries, even if they’re last-minute or complicated. We are also able to accommodate emergency situations where a high volume of buses may be required.
For government workers, simple trips could include an inspection, a meeting, a kick-off of the new project at an official event or conference. Buses can move even very large groups of civil workers and military personnel quickly between destinations.
Bus.com can provide shuttle services for your employees and government groups. We offer private, secure, and efficient transportation that can accommodate any route.
At Bus.com, all of our bus partners are fully-vetted. We offer a variety of bus types — the right choice for you depends on your government team’s requirements.
Yes. Although it is typically recommended to arrange your bus charter in advance, we will do our best to find available buses for your location, even in times of short notice. If options are not available via our online booking tool, our booking specialists can be reached at 1-855-428-7266 or email@example.com.
The coach bus fits a maximum of 55 passengers, while the school bus fits up to 47, the mini coach bus up to 32, and the minibus up to 21. If you have chosen a school bus and you’re moving a lot of luggage or supplies, reserve a few seats for it. It is forbidden to store supplies in a school bus aisle while the bus is in motion.
Absolutely. If your government employees group is large and you still want to move everyone at once, use our intuitive booking tool or contact our 24/7 booking specialists.
Yes, you can. If your itinerary is more complicated than basic point A to point B, your booking specialist will help you put together a transportation program that covers your entire contract duration.
The price of your bus rental will depend greatly on factors such as the length of your trip, the bus type chosen, the region you’ll travel through, and the time of year. While prices vary, the best way to ensure you get the best possible deal is to book early. You can benefit from an instant pricing overview in our online booking tool. Our Book Now, Pay Later policy means that you never have to pay for your trip until 21 days before its departure date.
Generally speaking, coach buses come with the most amenities, with WiFi, power outlets, air conditioning, and onboard restrooms. Like the coach bus, the mini-coach bus can be equipped with WiFi and A/C. School buses and minibuses are more basic in their amenities, but still offer comfortable seats and adequate leg room.