NLA President Gary Buffo says the rulemaking order would lead to a sweeping shakeup of Uber if it's deemed a charter party carrier.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A new state law will make it less expensive for out-of-state bus companies to bring tourists to Atlantic City.
The bill to exempt these companies from corporate business taxes was signed Wednesday by Gov. Chris Christie.
“The out-of-state buses that travel to Atlantic City represent a vital part of our local economy, bringing thousands of tourists to the resort each year,” said Sen. Jeff Van Drew, D-Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, who sponsored the bill. “We need to do our part to make sure the buses continue to run, and that companies bringing folks to the city, including our restaurants and shops, aren’t hindered by New Jersey’s tax structure. As we continue our work to revitalize the resort area, this will encourage more business, travel and tourism to Atlantic City.”
The actress appeared at an NLA press conference to hammer TNCs for threats to passenger safety and the job market.
The actress and activist warns riders about safety hazards in a PSA video from the National Limousine Association.
While Uber and Lyft remain strongly opposed to the best background checks, the drivers seem to know better.
The two leading motorcoach trade groups will convene at the U.S. Capitol April 10-11.
The actress will bring her safety message to industry and public audiences on March 12 during the ILCT Show.
The state group’s annual lobbying day at the state Capitol was spent urging lawmakers to release fee-driven funds for more officers.
Q&A: Opening his first United Motorcoach Association Expo, CEO Stacy Tetschner brings a solid agenda to the industry.
The mish-mash of state and federal laws complicate hiring, ADA, drug tests, and other rules for transportation companies.
The motorcoach industry depends on international visitors for a major slice of its revenue.
The suspect is accused of raping intoxicated female college students in California while working for the TNC.
A judge has ruled the TNC must turn over info on how often customers have complained about impaired drivers.
Uber and Lyft have missed thousands of drivers with criminal backgrounds and dismissed 11% of their workforce in some cases.
U.S. Transportation Chief Elaine Chao indicates self-regulatory route for autonomous vehicles likely to continue.
No more fooling: Bus operations have a few more months to make sure their data devices are working right and compliant with the new law.
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