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Regulations| April 1, 2016

Authorities Probe License Of Wisconsin Driver

The 20-year-old was hired to drive six people from the Madison area to Chicago O'Hare International airport when he struck a wall and flipped the limo.

Regulations| April 1, 2016

Uber Says Fingerprinting Is Unfair To Minorities

A company official says background checks would make it more difficult for Uber Technologies Inc. to recruit drivers in New Jersey.

People| April 1, 2016

Student Chauffeur Balances Class And Cars

WebXclusive: Michael Crimmins has a passion for customer service, classic vehicles, and classic literature.

Operations| April 1, 2016

TNC Travesties Of The Week

From breaking into a former employee's home to a 20-mile joyride with a passed out passenger, Uber scored another low this week.

Operations| April 1, 2016

Juno Aims To Become First Ethical TNC

The New York-based app is ready to pay fair wages and treat their drivers right.

Regulations| March 31, 2016

Boston Ordered To Revise Rules Separating TNCs, Taxis

A federal judge argues the differences between the way taxis and TNCs operate is much narrower than the defendants had argued.

Vehicles| March 30, 2016

Museum Home To Limousine That Transported Wounded Reagan

The Lincoln took Reagan to a hospital 35 years ago today after he was shot in an assassination attempt.

Operations| March 30, 2016

Taxi, Uber Black Drivers Threaten Boycott Of DNC Convention

If the city doesn't crack down on Uber X and Lyft, the drivers may refuse pick-ups during the quadrennial political event.

Operations| March 30, 2016

Seattle Proposes Two-Person Tour Bus Teams

City leaders may mandate local tour buses have a driver and a guide on board after a deadly accident last September.

Regulations| March 30, 2016

Chauffeur Involved In Fatal Limo Crash Lacked Insurance

It is unknown if the 20-year-old driving the vehicle had, or was required to have, a commercial drivers' license to operate his stretch.

Operations| March 30, 2016

Premier Transportation's Motorcoaches Save The Day

Find out how the company earned the 2016 Operator of the Year award from the Tennessee Motor Coach Association.

People| March 30, 2016

Boston Area Operator Runs For Suffolk County Sheriff

Casablanca Coach’s Alexander Rhalimi announces his candidacy for the top law enforcement post in the county that includes Boston.

People| March 30, 2016

LCT Award Winners & Their Wisdom To Appear In May Issue

See a sampling of success tips from this year's Operator of the Year and Association winners. 

Regulations| March 29, 2016

Atlanta Airport Pushes Fingerprint Checks For Uber Drivers

Potential drivers can pass background checks that don't rely on fingerprints simply by using an alias.

Regulations| March 29, 2016

NYTLC Preparing Anti-Harassment Rules For Cabbies

Cabbies need to keep their hands off passengers — and passengers can’t touch hacks either.

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