Premiere Transportation of Albany aims to pursue more athletic and sports business with the EG40.
Autopsy results indicate the presence of marijuna and an anti-seizure medication.
An industry association leader says the rules don't address the specific issues.
The New York operator who ran Farrell Limousine Service died on March 17 after a long illness.
Legislators were concerned the tighter rules would put too many law-abiding operations out of business.
A New York state operator is helping people make the right decisions when choosing a transportation provider.
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The wrongful death case prompting the defensive motion is likely to be the first of many lawsuits related to the accident that killed 20.
Despite strong opposition, Gov. Andrew Cuomo still wants to consider some type of prohibition on certain modified vehicles.
A coalition of New York transportation trade groups helped bring about a welcome reversal that saved the state's industry -- for now.
Commentary: Jeff Rose, president of Limousine Association of New York, explains how the permit cap ignores vital for-hire differences.
Now that the new campus won't be setting up shop in Queens, the city is heading into battle with another tech giant.
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