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Issue Date: 10/15/2016

Motorcoach Council

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Daimler planning electric ‘Future Bus’
HANOVER, Germany -- Daimler has
announced plans to introduce three electric
vehicles, including a bus, with an eye
toward improving urban transportation.
The Mercedes-Benz Future...
Marcopolo sells 40-plus percent of its New Flyer shares
WINNIPEG, Manitoba - New Flyer
Industries, corporate parent of Motor Coach
Industries, announced that its largest
stockholder, Marcopolo S.A., had sold 4.5
million shares of New...
Employees testing positive for drugs at 10-year high
MADISON, N.J. -- Following years of
declines, the percentage of employees in
the combined U.S. workforce testing positive
for drugs has steadily increased over the
past three years...
States, business groups sue to block new overtime rule
SHERMAN, Texas -- Twenty-one states and
a coalition of more than 50 business groups
have filed separate lawsuits seeking to
overturn a sweeping federal regulation
designed to qualify...
Fatal church-bus crash in S.C. raises safety questions
ROCKINGHAM, N.C. - A fatal crash
near here involving a "private carrier"
church bus operating as a for-hire charter
has raised concerns about whether such
vehicles meet federal...
New coach sales up 16 percent in first half of 2016
WASHINGTON -- Sales of new
motorcoaches continued to grow during the
first half of 2016, surpassing sales for the
same period last year by nearly 16 percent.
Combined private...
Dear Americans: Leave your guns at home. Thanks, Canada
OTTAWA, Ontario - Americans are more
than welcome to visit Canada, as long as
they leave their guns at home.
That's the message the Canada Border
Services Agency is sending through...
UMA safety seminar set for December 7-8
ASHBURN, Va. -- The United Motorcoach
Association's 13th annual Safety
Management Seminar will be held Dec. 7-8
at the National Transportation Safety Board
Training Center here....
‘Robovans’ the future of package delivery?
STUTTGART, Germany - Someday, humans
might be driven everywhere by driverless
cars guided by robot-like systems.
But for now, humans are still needed to
drive robots around
Navistar and Volkswagen form alliance
LISLE, Ill. -- Navistar International
Corporation and Volkswagen Truck & Bus
announced a strategic alliance that includes
a $256 million investment by the German
vehicle maker...
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