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Stick around all season. It’s gonna be a good one. Just ask @hseanbrock and Bill Murray. #PartsUnknown https://t.co/8w11cnr8Cu — Parts Unknown (@PartsUnknownCNN) September 28, 2015 […]

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Well, I suppose a few setbacks were to be expected, but they haven’t kept me from pushing this thing forward. So, finally, I can officially say that we have a launch date (October 2nd!), and tickets are available to be purchased online. Please bear with us as we sort through the inevitable bugs, and if […]

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It’s not by mistake that I’ve been pretty vague about the launch date for the ACE Basin Express, and I’m afraid that isn’t going to change now. I really want to make sure that all of the service details are solid before asking anyone to buy a ticket, and I’m still waiting on confirmation of […]

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Savannah’s Monterey Square During my years at the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Volpe Center, I spent a good deal of time working on federal policies related to alternative transportation. When someone would ask me to explain this in more detail, I would usually say something like: “We work with cities, states, and other government agencies […]

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To be specific, a Sprinter Minibus, configured for thirteen passengers. The actual process merits a full post, but for now, here’s a pic, so it’s clear that we’re not talking about a big fancy coach or retrofitted school bus. I’m going for comfortable, nimble, and efficient. So far, I’m really pleased. Any thoughts/suggestions for graphics/wraps? […]

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Having grown up in Charleston and praised its virtues for years, I was always happy when friends and colleagues came to me for Lowcountry travel advice. I would keep tabs on interesting new restaurants, point them to the locals’  alternatives to the regular tourist traps, and generally try to steer them off the beaten track. […]

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Welcome to our new blog! I have decided to chronicle the experience of starting a new transportation business, and I hope there are a few of you out there who will find it interesting. This whole building-a-business-from-scratch thing is completely new to me, so I know there are at least a dozen face-palm situations waiting […]

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