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Trailways forms its first legislative committee

Posted on November 28, 2005

Trailways Transportation System has formed its first Legislative Affairs Committee to help identify and develop policies concerning legislative and regulatory developments of interest to its members. The committee, assembled from Trailways' transportation company-representatives from its membership regions, will also present the association's positions on various state and federal level issues to elected representatives and policy makers. Scott Henry, president of Martz Trailways in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., has been named to chair the new committee. Other committee members selected to represent their geographic regions include Godfrey LeBron, VP of Paradise Trailways, Hempstead, N.Y.; Ron Moore, president of Burlington Trailways, West Burlington, Iowa; and Smedley Lynn, president of Atlantic Coast Trailways, Hagerstown, Md.

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