UMA members deliver motorcoach message to Congress|
WASHINGTON - United Motorcoach Association members turned out in record numbers for the 2015 Capitol Hill Days, meeting face-to-face with lawmakers to boost their awareness of federal...
Lawmakers seek to reform bus and truck safety system|
WASHINGTON - Criticism by congressional Republicans of the federal system for measuring the safety of bus and trucking companies has been increasing in recent weeks, with one House member filing...
Study reveals industry slippage|
WASHINGTON - When economists and business analysts say the recovery from the 2009 national recession has been uneven it's doubtful they had the motorcoach industry in mind - but they certainly could...
New study looks at ways to ease D.C. bus-parking crunch|
WASHINGTON - A new study commissioned by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments recommends various ways of improving both on- and off-street parking for tour buses during...
Red-light cameras? Of course there's an app for that|
ROCHESTER, N.Y. - For drivers who dread, fear or are fed up with red-light cameras, there's now a mobile smartphone application that helps locate cameras in 130 cities at 900 intersections...
New solutions needed to combat driver shortage|
As if finding new drivers and generally coping with the driver shortage weren't hard enough, new figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and pronouncements from labor market experts...
Smartphone security likely to get better, much better|
More and more motorcoach drivers are using personal smartphones on the job, a trend that can cause problems for businesses if the devices are lost or stolen, say technology experts.
Heed the Battle of Gettysburg: Recruit first-rate drivers|
By Dave Millhouser
John Tomaszewski has died.
You probably don't recall his name, but you'll remember the event that made him newsworthy. Tomaszewski was driving...
A stadium full of customers awaits marketing superheroes|
By Christian Riddell
Motorcoach Marketing Council
In the next 12 months, the motorcoach industry will move more than 20 million people....
Greyhound not at fault in deadly 2010 accident|
FRESNO, Calif. - In a case closely watched by the motorcoach and insurance industries, a jury found that Greyhound Bus Lines was not at fault in a 2010 deadly crash that killed six people.