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Issue Date: 5/1/2016

Motorcoach Council

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Class action accuses Uber of manipulating surge pricing
NEW YORK CITY - Ride-hailing company Uber, which is under fire on several legal fronts, now is trying to fight off a class-action suit claiming it is manipulating surge-pricing fares.
U.S. District...
Cab vs. Uber suit heads to trial
NEW ORLEANS -- A lawsuit by cab drivers seeking compensation from UberX drivers in New Orleans is headed to trial. But the ride-booking service's drivers can stay on the road while the case plays out....
Tour bus congestion in Tokyo makes U.S. look wide open

TOKYO - If you think it is difficult to drive and park motorcoaches in New York City and Washington, D.C., then you don't want to be a driver in Tokyo.
According to the Japanese newspaper...
FAIRAX, Va. -- Trailways Transportation System, Inc., has named two recipients of the 2015 Outstanding Driver of the Year Award in recognition of their exemplary safe-driving skills and dedication to...
Market coaches as alternatives to cramped airplanes
By Christian Riddell
Motorcoach Marketing Council

I am writing this month's column from the back seat of an Prevost H3-45 coach headed from Boston's airport to Portland, Maine.
Marketing, acquisitions and new markets add to growth
ATLANTA - Varied strategies for carrier growth, from spreading word-of-mouth awareness to considering million-dollar acquisitions, were conveyed in the marketing sequence of sessions at Motorcoach Expo...
Washington hotels luring Canadians
SEATTLE -- A handful of destinations in Washington State are trying to attract more British Columbia tourists by accepting the Canadian dollar at par with its U.S. counterpart.
The low loonie...
Destination roundup: Mr. Las Vegas and a wax pope
LAS VEGAS - Longtime Vegas entertainer Wayne Newton's 52-acre property, Casa de Shenandoah (which means, by the way, "home of beauty"), has been open since last fall to offer the public a look inside...
Crash prompts Indiana to consider school bus seatbelts
INDIANAPOLIS - A school bus rollover on Interstate 65 has prompted an Indiana lawmaker to renew her push to require seatbelts in all school buses in the state.
Members of the Griffith High basketball...
Lorenz Bus wins settlement in police-escort accident
MINNEAPOLIS - A crash nearly 18 months ago involving a Minneapolis police car and buses carrying the Washington Redskins has finally been settled, with the city paying $240,000 to Lorenz Bus Service and...
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