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Shuttle To Burbank Airport


Our shuttle to Burbank airport is/are different because our friendly chauffeurs pick up our clients directly at the baggage claim. Shuttle To Burbank Airport and shuttle from lax to disneyland from Coast Shuttle are trusted by many. We know that the last thing you want to do is battle the LA freeways in an ordinary rental car after a long flight that is why Coast Shuttle's shuttle to Burbank airport is here for your comfort.

And when you have a special occasion to attend to, expect that Coast Shuttle's shuttle to Burbank airport will be available. Coast Shuttle takes worries off your mind. Established in 1993, Coast Shuttle has strived to achieve the level of shuttle to Burbank airport and shuttle from lax to disneyland excellence our neighbors and clients deserve and expect. We do our best to keep the shuttle to Burbank airport costs down especially during times of financial uncertainty.

Even if you are at the airport and you need a ride, you can call us and we are only minutes away. Coast Shuttle is committed to providing quality transportation service to hundreds of clients at an affordable rate. It is our goal to answer all of our client's needs especially with shuttle to Burbank airport or shuttle service to johnwyne airport.

On our way to achieving the level of excellent shuttle to Burbank airport we provide, we have made many friends along the way. Most hotels in Venice, Marina del Rey, or Santa Monica know and make use of our shuttle to Burbank airport, shuttle from lax to disneyland, and shuttle service to johnwyne airport. At present, Coast Shuttle boasts of having numerous vehicles in our fleet including mini vans, 15 passenger vans and standard 7-passenger vans for our shuttle to Burbank airport. We are pleased to say that we provide superior shuttle to Burbank airport. This company started as Marina Shuttle with only a few vans for our shuttle to Burbank airport and have since expanded to becoming Coast Shuttle.

You no longer have to think of things like where to park your car or how long to get from the remote parking to your terminal if you avail of Coast Shuttle's shuttle to Burbank airport. When you are traveling, whether it's for business or pleasure, you already have a lot on your mind to worry about. Shuttle Service by Coast Shuttle can however make your travel problem-free. We do our best in providing on-time shuttle to Burbank airport, driven by courteous and professional drivers, plus the safest and most expeditious ride to your destination. We take pride in offering one of the most reliable shuttle to Burbank airport.


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Facts About Buses and Segregation in the United States

Bus services were also a focal point in the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s in the United States. In the period after the American Civil War ended in 1865, racial segregation in public accommodations, including public transport such as rail and bus services, was enforced through Black Codes and Jim Crow laws. These were made to prevent African-Americans from doing things that a white person could do. For instance, Jim Crow laws required bus drivers to enforce separate seating sections. These laws and enforcement varied among communities and states.

In 1955, after a long day of work, Rosa Parks, a black seamstress, was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama for refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a public bus, bringing attention to the injustice of differential and degrading treatment based solely upon race. This incident, boycotts of bus services, other protests, and court challenges led a U.S. Supreme Court ruling banning segregation on public buses and helped lead the U.S. Congress to the pass the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act which clarified the unconstitutionality of public racial segregation laws.

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