Held June 13, the association will cover local airport news, special pricing on the Volvo S90 for California operators, and more.
CEO Jeff Brodsly accepted the honor at the May 14 meeting of the Greater California Livery Association.
A representative speaks to one of the industry’s biggest selling points.
As construction takes up curb space, chauffeured and limo vehicles can continue serving the arrival loop throughout the upgrade project.
PHOTO GALLERY: The May 14 get together in Los Angeles reviewed a wide agenda for the LCT Association Award of Excellence winner.
The spring membership meeting will address proposed new state rules and questions on TCP-vehicle access during airport construction.
MAY LCT: The Operator of the Year Class of 2019 proves how luxury transportation operations can succeed in this market.
The Greater California Livery Association will host events in Napa, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
APRIL LCT Editor's Edge: Bigger is better, and chauffeured fleets will need to reflect consumer choice.
Not since the retirement of the Lincoln Town Car have operators seen this much movement toward new luxury models.
MARCH LCT Editor's Edge: Politicians too often overreact when trying to resolve straightforward issues.
PHOTO GALLERY: The Greater California Livery Association gathered members March 6 at the Proud Bird Restaurant in Los Angeles.
Public safety, fair labor, and stricter enforcement define this year’s legislative agenda for the GCLA.
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