Command Bus traces its history to Pioneer Bus Corporation, established in 1954 by three small school bus and charter bus operators. Until 1960, when it obtained a franchise for Brooklyn's B100 line, it only operated school, charter, and racetrack buses. Several express buses were implemented in 1972. Command Bus Company was incorporated October 22, 1979 to resume bus service following a long strike at Pioneer, which went out of the express and local bus business when the strike started. Originally co-housed with Varsity Transit, the operations of Command were eventually moved into a new NYCDOT facility at Spring Creek, it was previously built and owned by the New York City Department of Transportation before being sold to MTA Bus. During its operation, Command operated 46 buses built by Orion.

  • How To Operate Menu: First select the model variation you wish to view, then select the fleet model and click the "ENTER GALLERY" button. If you make a error or wish to start over, just click the "RESET SELECTION" button.