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Major Bus Groups Issue Joint Security Letter, Safety Advisory

Posted on November 19, 2015


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The leadership of five major motorcoach, travel and tourism groups -- American Bus AssociationInternational Motorcoach GroupNational Tour Association, Student & Youth Travel Association, and the United Motorcoach Association, are sending to their members a joint letter and a safety and security document prepared by the Bus Industry Safety Council.

The joint letter explains the groups' collective position on travel in the aftermath of the recent Paris mass-terrorist attacks as well as steps the industry needs to take to keep all member companies and passengers safe.

JOINT LETTER HERE

SAFETY/SECURITY TIPS HERE

Related Topics: American Bus Association, buses, business travel, charter and tour operators, corporate travel, group transportation, group travel, motorcoaches, passenger safety, Safety, security, United Motorcoach Association

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