LATEST?Sept. 19, 1:18 p.m. In an official statement shared with SFGATE Monday afternoon, Marin Airporter's vice president David Hughes declined to reveal the buyers of the buses that previously belonged to his company, but said he was troubled by the use of the vehicles, which still had the Bay Area shuttle service's logo intact.?
"They [were] sold several months ago to a company in Houston, Texas, and despite repeated requests have not been repainted," he said. "It is standard in the industry for new owners to update bus paint and logos when purchasing used buses, however this obviously has not been done. Marin Airporter is deeply distressed that our name has been connected with the exploitation of vulnerable human beings."