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Today’s Most Innovative Transportation Alternatives

Airport parking. Checking bags. Layovers. While there’s a lot to “LUV” about some airlines (like NAWBO’s corporate partner Southwest Airlines), sometimes it’s fun to think outside the box for business travel. There are plenty of alternative ways to get from point A to point B that combine the best of convenience, affordability and luxury. Read on for some of our top suggestions on innovative travel options for 2018!

Train

There’s something so magical and timeless about taking a train ride. It’s a perfect way to travel without the hassle of traffic or the stress of being behind a wheel. Kick up your feet, enjoy a snack or drink or get some last-minute work done while you ride to your destination. Some services even offer sleeping quarters for overnight rides, and accommodations to bring pets along, too!

While Amtrak’s Acela Express is America’s fastest train, you can find an Amtrak service in most cities around the nation.

Luxury Bus

Think taking a bus lacks luxury? Think again. Today’s options for bus services are beyond comfortable. LuxBus is a state-of-the-art luxury bus service offered for travel between Northern and Southern California. With seat-back feature films, complementary snacks and beverages, and roomy seating, it definitely beats sitting in traffic.

Red Coach First Class is another luxury bus service that ensures spacious seating by limiting the amount of passengers per ride. Their buses travel throughout Florida and provide access to high-speed Wi-Fi and leather recliner seats.

Car Service

Besides road trips, business travel also requires a lot of short-distance travel to things like conferences, networking functions and business meetings. Consider using a car service, like Uber or Lyft, to get you from point A to point B. It’s an affordable way to avoid the stress of navigating heavy traffic (especially in areas you’re unfamiliar with) while being able to safely enjoy celebrations this year.

          

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