ABA partners to provide members with safety, compliance services

Posted on December 23, 2019

The American Bus Association (ABA) is forming an exclusive partnership with CDL Consultant, a national, full-service safety and compliance services company.

“Safely transporting our passengers is the industry’s number one priority,” said Peter Pantuso, ABA president and CEO. “Having a partner like CDL Consultant is a game changer. Not only can they help our operator members with compliance issues, they can also provide members with safety management plans to upgrade their safety ratings with the Department of Transportation.”

Through its services, CDL Consultant can provide transportation companies support for the full spectrum of safety needs through their Citation Services, CDL Manager, CSA Watch, and DOT Audit Assistance programs.

Since its founding in 2012, CDL Consultant has provided top quality service to companies small and large, from one unit to 18,000. Members can learn more about how CDL Consultant can help you during the ABA’s Bus Industry Safety Council Winter Meeting on Jan. 12 to 13 at ABA’s Marketplace in Omaha, Neb. CDL Consultant’s experts will also be speaking in two sessions to help operators with their safety action plans and how to navigate the DataQ’s portal.

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