Topic : challenges

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Motorcoach Operators Creating Culture to Grow Biz, Attract Talent

Motorcoach| September 18, 2018

While finding drivers continues to be a challenge, motorcoach operators are focused on establishing a work-friendly environment and programs to identify new employees. Meanwhile, both short- and long-term growth are being managed conservatively.    

2013 GM Survey: Funding, Politics Top Challenges

Bus| September 23, 2013
Advertising is again the most-used method of generating revenue (81%). Forty-one percent raised fares, while 33% tapped public-private partnerships to bolster their coffers.
Bus| March 18, 2013

2013 BRT Survey: Coordination, Construction Top Challenges

While many operators cited receiving plenty of political and community support, they reported contending with difficulties in coordination with other jurisdictions, Departments of Transportation, transit agencies and city staff.
Bus| April 18, 2012

Maintenance Shops: Learning Curve Continues to Grow

Second annual Bus Maintenance Survey finds that many agencies around the nation are experiencing difficulties with alternative propulsion, as they continue to add new equipment in the shop to service as well as learn new ways to make repairs to the vehicles. Meanwhile parts issues, including concerns about availability, lead times and frequent failures, remains the biggest issue.

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