Public safety, fair labor, and stricter enforcement define this year’s legislative agenda for the GCLA.
The GCLA is urging legislators to heed the warnings of concerned groups and local governments.
The annual Greater California Livery Association’s lobbying event can lead to fewer regulations for charter party carriers.
The annual fly-in legislative visit to Capitol Hill will bring together leaders and members of motorcoach industry groups.
The group raised more than $75,000 during its annual party at the Boomtown Brewery in downtown Los Angeles. Check out who all was there.
An administrative proposal would put the TNC in same category as chauffeured services and charter party carriers.
The two leading motorcoach trade groups will convene at the U.S. Capitol April 10-11.
The state group’s annual lobbying day at the state Capitol was spent urging lawmakers to release fee-driven funds for more officers.
The last-minute maneuver ensures Uber and Lyft must follow the same federal labor rules as ground transportation companies.
SEPT. LCT: Complying with labor laws meant to protect employees gets tough since drivers can’t pull over and take a 30-minute break.
The annual fundraiser proves to be a popular networking event attracting attendees and vendors from California and beyond.
MAY LCT: The policy challenges remain stiff, but operator interests could get more attention from a new, more pro-business agenda in D.C.
Motorcoach operators from around the country convened May 3-4 to talk priority issues.
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