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June 1, 2011

ATU chief calls on Congress to address driver fatigue

Under the union's proposed reforms, drivers would get paid fairly for the work they put in above 40 hours per week, making them less inclined to work other jobs while pushing their bodies to the limit.


March 17, 2011

Senators push for increased motorcoach safety

New York Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Charles E. Schumer said they would co-sponsor motorcoach safety legislation recently reintroduced by Sen. U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas), while Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) called on the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Ray LaHood to move forward in implementing safety measures outlined in DOT's Motorcoach Safety Action Plan.


March 2, 2011

Senators to reintroduce motorcoach safety bill

The pair planned on making the announcement Wednesday, which was the fourth anniversary of the Bluffton (Ohio) University baseball team bus crash that killed seven.


January 14, 2011

Ohio Senator resurrects safety bill after recent coach crash

Sen. Sherrod Brown plans to reintroduce a motorcoach safety bill that had been put on hold for years after a fatal collision on Tuesday, involving a bus transporting a local University wrestling team.


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