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ABA to kick off 2017 Capitol Hill Fly-In

Motorcoach| May 4, 2017

Will provide ABA members an opportunity to meet with their elected legislative officials and staff to discuss the important issues facing the motorcoach, travel, and tourism industries today.

UMA members descend on Capitol Hill to urge regulation reform

Motorcoach| April 25, 2017

Prime Policy Group, UMA’s government relations firm, has scheduled more than 300 individualized appointments for members to meet with Congressional elected officials to discuss key legislative issues affecting the motorcoach industry.

Motorcoach| March 23, 2017

UMA celebrates FMCSA withdrawal of Safety Fitness Determination rule

Association not only filed vigorous comments with the agency against the "flawed proposal," but its lobbying efforts resulted in a provision being inserted in the FY 17 Department of Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development appropriations bill, prohibiting the proposal from being finalized.

Motorcoach| March 2, 2017

Calif. motorcoach crash kills 1, injures 26

The company involved in the crash had their vehicles inspected 22 times in the last two years, and a vehicle was taken out of service during one of the inspections, according to federal records.

Motorcoach| February 6, 2017

Trans-Bridge Lines receives highest DOT rating, adds new coaches

The company recently added six 2017 Motor Coach Industries (MCI) J4500 buses to its fleet during the first week of January.

Motorcoach| February 6, 2017

2017 Top 50 Motorcoach Survey

Operators report they have stepped up efforts to find drivers and growth of transportation network companies is starting to compete for the industry’s business.

Motorcoach| January 12, 2017

FMCSA issues guidance for interstate passenger transportation

Aims to clarify existing regulations and requirements that have been changed over the years through legislation, rulemaking, and litigation.

University| January 5, 2017

UConn changing bus operations to meet new driving rules

The FMCSA recently established comprehensive national minimum training standards for entry-level commercial bus operators to obtain a CDL or certain endorsements, which go into effect on Feb. 6, 2017.

Motorcoach| December 19, 2016

FMCSA announces random controlled substances testing rate for 2017

Regulations require that truck and bus companies that employ CDL drivers conduct random drug and alcohol tests upon these individuals at a nationally prescribed percentage, which is informed by the results of an annual survey.

Motorcoach| December 9, 2016

FMCSA establishes national training standards for new bus drivers

The entry-level driver training Final Rule retains many of the consensus recommendations of a negotiated rulemaking committee comprised of 25 stakeholders and FMCSA representatives.

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