This first-ever industry session will provide another way forward for limo operators trying to succeed amid TNCs.
Unlike Uber, Blacklane decided not to challenge existing rules, but rather make them an element of its reverse-auction pricing.
Leadership Summit speaker Shannon Liss-Riordan explains why Uber drivers are more like Apple Store employees instead of Craigslist one-offs.
Boasts of boosting labor markets worldwide belie the reality of its part-time independent contract positions.
Daniel Newman, author of “The Millennial CEO,” will speak on new trends May 18 at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami Beach.
The ongoing battles on the city, state, and county levels have legislators mulling over a number of regulatory issues.
The 22-foot-long luxury vehicles are the third generation of CNG-fueled limousines and vehicles in the MGM Resorts fleet.
Town of Braintree says transportation network companies must comply with local ordinances.
The National Limousine Association goes on record opposing deregulation that would compromise passenger safety.
Under new president Wes Hart, the Houston Area Livery and Charter Association got back to basics and opened new fronts against TNCs.
The international trade show will be held Feb. 29 – March 2, 2016 in the convention center at Mandalay Bay Resort Casino.
The state association's goal is to increase its visibility with legislators.
The 2015 limo has an eye-catching exterior with a matching classy interior, and was featured at the ILCT Show in March.
Four-wheel steering lets the rear wheels rotate up to 3.5 degrees in order to curb turning radius down to a neat 37 degrees altogether.
The peculiar design is meant to simulate the pitch and roll of a larger frame, giving the team a true response for development.