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TNC Weekly Round Up: Street fights, cat fights, snits, tiffs and spats galore define the latest week of news related to Uber, Lyft, taxis and limos.
Marcou Transportation Group’s premium chauffeured transportation platform will have more than 3,000 employees, 1,700 company-owned vehicles, and $250 million in annual revenues.
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
Knight’s Airport Limousine Service, Inc., will start using ROUSH CleanTech Ford propane-powered passenger vans.
The former state trooper has been named the Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association’s Limousine and Sedan Chauffeur of the Year.
SEPT. ISSUE: The prestigious chauffeured transportation network gains two Harrison Global executives who know it very well.
Michael Campbell’s Grace Limousine acquires its second company in one year as it pursues a regional fleet service and creates a premium tier.
Operator Johnny Greene thickens his chauffeured coverage of the eastern New England region.