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Leap, the luxury San Francisco commuter bus, is bankrupt and selling its buses for $5 each

Discussion in 'Cars and Vehicles' started by EF-Roger, Sep 15, 2015.

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    Leap Transit, the startup that served fresh-pressed juice to commuters on its luxury buses, has filed for bankruptcy. The rest of its buses are now up for sale, starting at $5 each.

    Signs that Leap was headed toward a shut down started in May. The company suspended its service, although at the time it was supposed to be temporary.

    In June, two of its buses were upfor auction. More buses were auctioned off in July. Now there are two left, up for sale in an October auction.

    Read more Leap declares bankruptcy - Business Insider
     

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