If the operation calls for moving large volumes of people short distances, the transit style bus offers the highest level of service and offers costs savings advantage.
Bus sizes range from 30′ – 25 passenger models to 60′ – 72 passenger models, and all have additional room for standees. Our highest capacity models will accommodate up to 120 passengers.
SBL is more than just a bus leasing company; we are a transportation solution provider with a support network dedicated to making your operation a success.
Leases are customized to meet your needs. Variables considered in designing your lease include the term required, type of operation, number of riders, hours per day of operation and operating conditions.
SBL – YOUR BUS LEASING SOLUTION
SBL was a proud supplier to the U.S. Winter Olympics in 2002, and Vancouver Winter Olympics in 2010. You may also find our buses operating at national parks, construction sites, airports, university campuses, tour operations and seasonally at many ski resorts and amusement parks around the country. We are the Nation’s largest bus leasing company with a customer service driven attitude with a diverse inventory of over 1000 transit buses for lease. With this bus leasing company you are sure to find the right solution for your bus leasing and bus rental needs.
BUS LEASING COMPANY – THE RIGHT CHOICE
A Bus Leasing Company who is going to make your transportation a success will make sure a customer service driven philosophy is made a priority. Each employee of SBL is dedicated to helping you choose the right bus leasing fleet, the right maintenance plan to keep the fleet running smoothly, and the right bus operators. Every transportation project has it’s own footprint and when SBL partners with your company we make sure you have the perfect ingredients to make each rider make it efficiently and safely to their destination.
WHAT’S GOING ON AT SBL
SBL Leases Buses to the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City
It is unbelievable the amount of work and effort that goes into preparation for the Olympics. Venue constructions and sports planning, including ticketing, closing ceremony and victory ceremonies, education and media operations; all are developed to make the Olympics memorable.