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10 Best Managed Bus companies in Kenya

Buses are operated by a variety of private companies that offer varying levels of comfort, convenience and roadworthiness. They’re considerably cheaper than taking the train or flying and, as a rule, services are frequent, fast and can be quite comfortable.The transport industry in Kenya is one of the most competitive sectors that require smart and innovative ideas to gain a competitive advantage over others.

Maximum customer satisfaction is the most important element for any entrepreneur in the transport sector. A happy customer or client will always come over and over again to seek your services. Below are the buses which are managed well;

1. Easy coach

They offer genuine and comfortable transport services to both day and night passengers to different destinations like: Kisumu, Maseno, Malaba, Mumias, Kakamega, Mbale, Bungoma, Eldoret, Moi’s Bridge, Kitale, Bondo, Usenge, Kapsabet, Kaimosi, Busia, Bumala, Kisii, Migori, Rongo,Ugunja, Siaya and Kampala.

2. Modern coast

Modern Coast Coaches Ltd is a luxury coach company incorporated on 26th May 2007 operating within Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. Modern Coast Coaches is one of the most recognised luxury bus companies operating in the region. The company has over 50 branches in Kenya, 5 branches in Uganda, 7 branches in Tanzania and one branch in Rwanda.

3.Coast bus

Coast bus is one of the oldest players in the industry in the East Africa market with fifty-five years of experience. Their big range luxury buses run across all big towns in Kenya and their service range from affordable low cost fares to high end to cover customers all round. The routes they cover are ; Naivasha ,Nakuru, Nairobi, Eldoret, Webuye, Kapsabet, Bungoma, Malaba, Voi, Kisumu and Mumias.

4. Mash East Africa

Mash East Africa was founded in 2003 and has seen a tremendous rise to being one of the top Transport companies not only in Kenya but East Africa as a whole. The company boasts of more than 40 air-conditioned, well-serviced state of the art buses with plasma screens for passengers’ comfort. Mash East Africa also controls over a dozen bus terminals across Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

5. Tahmeed Bus

Tahmeed Coach is one of Kenya's top bus and shuttle companies . It's main office is located at Zahra Building, River Road, Nairobi. It has bus terminals in other parts of Nairobi, Mombasa, Kehancha, Homa Bay and other provinces in Kenya. They ply more than 30 bus routes through Kehancha, Nairobi, Kendu Bay, Mbitu, Kampala Kitui and the greater East African region.

6. City hoppa

The New Citi Hoppa Next is a new modern bus that has been installed GPRS that enables the team to track the movements of the vehicle. It is comfortable and offer premium services especially to clients who are travelling to and from the airport.

7. The Guardian coach

The guardian coach is a bus provider in Kenya with the main aim to provide travelers with the genuine comfort they deserve while traveling. They provide online booking services for travelers in order to ease the stress of going to the bus terminal to book bus tickets. Their routes include; Kisii, Malaba , Homabay, Kisumu, Kakamega, Siaya, Oyugis and Busia

8. Simba coach

Simba Coach is a bus company that plies the Nairobi- Mombasa route and Nairobi-Western Kenya Route. It is basically an intercity company, choosing to ferry customers between major cities in Kenya. It also operates in neighboring countries such as Uganda, Rwanda, and Ethiopia.

9. Transline classic

Transline is a reliable, comfortable and safe company that offers its services to Western(former Nyanza and Western provinces) and Rift Valley. The bus company is owned by Transline Classic Limited.

10. Dreamline express

Dreamline Coach is one of Kenya's top bus and shuttle companies. With its, main office in Mombasa it has bus terminals in other parts of Mombasa, Nairobi, Kehancha, Homa Bay and other provinces in Kenya transversing more than 30 bus routes through Kehancha, Nairobi, Kendu Bay, Mbitu, Kampala Kitui and the greater East African region. 

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