The 30-year industry veteran and popular networking dynamo now leads the largest state trade group in the industry.
A law designed to crack down on illegal vehicles has been causing headaches for those who run legally.
PUC investigators identified 57 people in the last year and a half who should not have been allowed on the platform under state law.
Arizona’s promise to keep the driverless vehicle industry free of regulations has attracted dozens of companies.
Group president says limousine industry faces a regulatory crisis in New York.
After three years of delays, operators will need to comply with new safety rules by Jan. 1, 2018.
An investigation in Kansas City looks into a string of fatalities in recent years across the U.S.
If you can drink wine on a wine tour bus...Las Vegas operators want to allow onboard cannabis consumption.
What's the response to that question now that more states are legalizing recreational use of marijuana?
The Greater California Livery Association deployed a new format that got members talking about challenges and problems.
Uber and Lyft can start operating in Suffolk County on June 29th.
The "Slambulance" was advertised as a rolling nightclub for graduation, prom, bachelor and bachelorette parties, and tailgating.
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