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Major luxury transportation tech players lined up at the Summit for a frank discussion about creating a unified industry software platform for voluntary ride connections, Monday, April 30, 2018 in Miami Beach, Fla. (LCT photo) Article

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JUNE LCT: For all the talk of Uber and TNCs, the luxury ground transportation industry shows signs of strength amid a mixed outlook.

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Learn whether or not you actually need ELDs as a luxury transportation company. Joe Guinn and Chris Przybylski of Limo and Bus Compliance discuss what you need to know about these devices.

Alex Malek of 305 Transportation News

Luxury transportation industry veteran Alex Malek has started 305 Transportation to provide boutique five-star service to the area.

(l to r) Amber Slone, wedding & leisure sales manager, and Nina Parson, director of sales and marketing for A Touch of Class Limousine Service News

Nina Parson says involvement is the key to creating vital connections and getting people to recognize your name and face.

The world will be at your fingertips if you follow these suggestions. News

Here are some ideas to apply to grow your business courtesy of four travel industry executives.

Autonomous tech isn't quite there yet...you still need to keep your eyes on the road. News

The tech is pretty cool, but don't let new developments in partially self-driving cars distract you behind the wheel.

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Here's how to make sure you don't let the sun interfere with safe fleet driving.

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VIDEO: Any chauffeur or driver should be reminded of these common sense tips when lighting conditions change.

Joe Guinn News

Joe Guinn and Chris Przybylski of Limo & Bus Compliance will help operators understand what's required for their fleet.

Michael Birmingham, president of Birmingham Limo News

eNews Exclusive: Michael Birmingham started his company right after 9/11 and succeeded despite a bad economic climate thanks to client word of mouth.

Your chances of leaving on time are best in the early morning and late in the evening, according to this study. News

About nine out of 10 flights departing major U.S. airports between 6 and 8 a.m. took off on time over 12 months.

Krapf Group CEO and former UMA Chairman Dale Krapf (front) appears before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Highways and Transit Subcommittee on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 (photo: UMA) News

Operator and former UMA chairman Dale Krapf promotes motorcoaches to a Congressional subcommittee.

A business can never stand still with technology; you always need to keep pace with it to ensure your business remains relevant, says operator Michael Lindsey, founder of DriverSchedule.com. The complete HR suite and driver scheduler can save operators money. Many companies are paying for multiple products that together don’t do half of what this product does — at less than $3 per driver per month, he says. (LCT file photo) News

The product saves fleet operations time and improves communication and accuracy when managing drivers.

FlixBus is hard to miss with its signature lime green and bright orange colors (Photo: FlixBus) News

German company FlixBus has taken over Europe; now it’s looking to conquer the U.S.

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