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Motorcoach driver recruitment tips for today's transportation space

Management & Operations| March 16, 2020

The only way to attain consistent, quality employees and company growth is to get drivers in the seat, faster and more efficiently.

MCI launches training program to boost motorcoach driver pool

Motorcoach| March 2, 2020

In an independent recruitment survey, external training was cited as one of employees most preferred incentives for staying with a company.

Motorcoach| January 20, 2020

Success is made to 'measure' for Va.'s James River

With a focus on measuring and making improvements on the fly, the Richmond, Va.-based operation has built one of the most reliable and well-run operations in the industry.

Motorcoach| January 20, 2020

Motorcoach survey: Business solid, opportunities for operators await

While 82% report that business is up or at least flat, the opportunities for further success for many continue to depend on the ability to identify and retain drivers, as well as control costs.

Mobility| November 25, 2019

Uber stripped of its license to operate in London

TfL identified a pattern of failures by the company including several breaches that placed passengers and their safety at risk.

Motorcoach| October 28, 2019

Sleep apnea study of truckers could impact motorcoach industry

The U. of Minnesota Morris found a trucking firm that mandated treatment for its drivers with the condition saved significantly on non-OSA-program medical insurance costs.

Motorcoach| October 1, 2019

FMCSA opens CDL drug, alcohol clearinghouse registration

Registration is required to be able to access the clearinghouse once it is fully implemented on Jan. 6, 2020.

Security and Safety | September 19, 2019

To help prevent bus driver burnout, give passenger-interaction training

Training and education on interacting with vulnerable populations, would improve both the operator and the passenger experience.

 

September 10, 2019

Amid automation trend, here's why we still need bus drivers

The driverless option will severely impact the four million commercial drivers working in the U.S., according to a 2014 Goldman Sachs report. These figures suggest the loss of 25,000 jobs per month during the height of the autonomous vehicles saturation into the industry.

Motorcoach| July 29, 2019

FMCSA proposal would reduce burdens, cost on CDL applicants

The proposal will increase flexibility for driver applicants by reducing time and travel expenditures, while having no detrimental impact on safety.

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