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Issue Date: 5/15/2016

Motorcoach Council

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UMA members travel to D.C. to fight unfair regulations
WASHINGTON - For the fifth year in a row, United Motorcoach Association members turned out in record numbers to meet face-to-face with federal lawmakers to boost their awareness of issues threatening...
Study: Motorcoach industry continues to consolidate
WASHINGTON - Although the economy has improved since the depths of the Great Recession, the motorcoach industry continues to contract, with fewer companies operating fewer coaches and carrying fewer...
Fatal crashes involving buses decline 17 percent in 2014
WASHINGTON -- The number of buses involved in fatal crashes decreased by 17 percent in 2014 while miles traveled increased, according to the latest annual report released by the Federal Motor Carrier...
Prevost workers laid off in N.Y.; plant to remain open
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. -- The Nova Bus/Prevost plant here is reducing its temporary workforce by about 66 employees because it has completed a large transit order.
Emmanuelle Touissant, Volvo Group's...
Robots vs.Drones
Forget flying drones. When it comes to predictions on what sci-fi method might bring you hot pizza, aspirin, groceries or new shoes, some experts bet that delivery robots rolling down sidewalks will beat...
Uber drivers will remain contractors in two states
SAN FRANCSICO -- Uber has agreed to pay up to $100 million and make several policy concessions to settle a pair of major class-action lawsuits in two states that will keep its drivers independent contractors...
Sleeper buses being tested for S.F.-to-L.A. travel
SAN FRANCISCO - Another new form of transportation - or at least a new twist on an old concept - is taking shape in California.
SleepBus is a startup that is "disrupting long-distance transport"...
Niagara Falls attractions have increased tourist fee
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. - Some hospitality businesses in Niagara Falls are continuing to charge a contentious tourism fee under different names, with some establishments more than doubling the fee over the...
Betty Trobec of Minnesota’s Trobec Bus Service dies
ST. STEPHEN, Minn. -- Betty Jeanne Trobec, CEO of Trobec's Bus Service Inc., passed away on April 22 after a short battle with cancer.
She was 79.
Trobec was part of the Trobec Bus team for...
HARRISBURG, Pa. - The Pennsylvania Bus Association has named eight winners of its Driver & Employee of Distinction Award.
The winning drivers and employees were nominated for the awards by the operators...
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