1. The Benefits of Last Mile Shuttle Service

    San Francisco is a unique city in the United States, and with all the software and venture capital firms in and around the city, it’s no wonder that we have a few perks and amenities that other cities simply don’t have. Unlike other places in America, we haven’t had the luxury to spread out fu…Read More

  2. The Benefits of Intercampus Shuttles

    Here at Professional Charter Services, we believe in offering great benefits to our customers while you’re offering great benefits to yours. Intercampus shuttles are a great employee benefit, and we make it easy for you to get your intercampus shuttle route up and running in the way that works for…Read More

  3. The Need for Intercampus Shuttles

    Here in San Francisco, where real estate is at a premium, having a place to park your car is easier said than done. Multiply that by all the cars that all your employees drive, and you have a gigantic parking problem. There just aren’t that many parking spaces in the whole city, and many people ha…Read More

  4. Does Last Mile Shuttle Service Offer a Return On Investment?

    When your business is considering implementing any new service that costs money, one of your first questions will be whether you have the budget for it. However, the bigger question is whether you can get a return on investment from allocating that budget to that tool or service. For instance, if yo…Read More

  5. Paving the Way for Reduced Dependence on Cars (Part 3)

    In the last two blog posts from our corporate commuter shuttle company in San Francisco, we have looked at some of the ways that in America, we are coming to the point where dependence on personal automobiles to get anywhere is becoming a costly and unsustainable model. (Please note that we are not …Read More

  6. Paving the Way for Reduced Dependence on Cars (Part 2)

    In the last blog post from our Corporate Commuter Shuttle company in San Francisco, we looked at the history of why Americans are far more dependent on their personal automobiles than most people in other countries. We also briefly touched on the problem and cost of making individual cars our primar…Read More

  7. Paving the Way for Reduced Dependence on Cars (Part 1)

    Here in the United States, we are coming to a point where it is crucial that we find ways to offer better public transportation that lets people reduce their dependence on cars. This is evident in many parts of the US, but perhaps nowhere is it more evident than in San Francisco, where traffic jams …Read More

  8. The Business Case For Corporate Commuter Shuttles

    If you are a business in San Francisco looking into the possibility of implementing corporate commuter shuttles, congratulations! You’re in the right place. Professional Charter Services offers a corporate commuter shuttle service to companies in the Bay Area who are looking for a way to delight e…Read More

  9. Why San Francisco Needs More Public Transportation Options

    The city of San Francisco offers one of the best-connected public transportation systems in America, but the city is still very car-centric, leading to congestion, traffic, and slowdowns. According to the data shared by FiveThirtyEight, in 2013, people took 131.5 trips per capita on public transport…Read More