The NLA membership will decide whether to shift its voting standard from one-company-one-vote to one-owner-one-vote.
President of Boston-based Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation recognized for service and professionalism.
The time is now or never in ensuring the limousine industry remains a viable ground transportation sector, leaders say.
Dawson Rutter, Cheryl Berkman and David Seelinger will discuss and answer questions about all-things Uber and TNCs at big association event.
JUNE LCT: Shaking off the brutal winter blahs, industry trade groups welcomed spring with annual events and some legislative victories.
April 25, 2014
The two Uberites paid their way into the open event just to attend the session. They’ll have a lot to write in their post-session recon report
Dawson Rutter, Robert Werth, Alfred LaGasse, and David Lathbury, discuss rogue apps at the New England Livery Association Seminar and Trade Show.
The Commonwealth Worldwide CEO comments on Massachusetts DOT increase in vehicle registration fees during an interview with a local TV reporter.
A $40 minimum statewide charge is seen as way to maintain levele playing field of taxi, livery business
DEC. LCT COVER: One of America’s leading limousine CEOs most accurately captures the state of the industry amid uncertainties and challenges.
The quarterly board of directors meetings brings together the leading representatives of limousine operators worldwide.
The limousine trade association attains a new level of clout and attention among representatives on Capitol Hill.
APRIL 2013 LCT: Operators nationwide now must make sure they properly understand and follow DOL guidelines on tipping chauffeurs.
NELA seeks to accurately define livery vehicles in Rhode Island to protect the safety reputation of the industry.
The luxury sedan gets key endorsements from two major chauffeured transportation companies with wide affiliate networks.