Attendees at UMA's Motorcoach EXPO will learn how to supercharge efforts to reach and win over consumers by unlearning strategies that don't work, with the help of best-selling author Scott Stratten,
FMCSA announced the long-awaited proposed revision of the “Lease and Interchange of Vehicles: Motor Carriers of Passengers” final rule, and it represents a win for UMA and private motorcoach carriers.
Chicago’s so-called Party Bus Ordinance is having a significantly negative effect on tour planning by motorcoach operators, according to an online survey by the United Motorcoach Association.
UMA Immediate Past Chair Dale Krapf testified about implementation of the FAST Act of 2015 to the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee's Subcommittee on Highways & Transit on May 22, 2018.
Immediate Past Chairman of the Board Dale Krapf will deliver testimony about the implementation of the FAST Act of 2015 to a House Subcommittee on May 22, 2018.
The first United Motorcoach Association (UMA) and American Bus Association (ABA) joint Bus & Motorcoach Industry Fly-in April 10-11 brought 116 industry participants to the nation's capital.
The Bus and Motorcoach Industry Fly In drew 116 industry leaders to the nation's capital to advocate for regulatory reform.
The United Motorcoach Association and the American Bus Association are sponsoring their first joint Bus & Motorcoach Industry Fly In. It takes place April 10-11, 2018 in Washington, DC.
The United Motorcoach Association (UMA) applauds Ray Martinez for his confirmation by the U.S. Senate as Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Gladys Gillis was elected UMA Chairman of the Board on Tuesday, January 9, 2018.
Author, consultant and serial entrepreneur Les McKeown will help motorcoach operators understand how to achieve predictable success during a keynote address on January 7, at the 2018 EXPO.
UMA has announced candidates for open Board of Directors seats and mailed ballots to members. Ballots must be returned by Nov. 1 to be counted. Directors are elected by region.
President Donald Trump announced this week that Raymond P. Martinez, chief administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, is his choice to lead the FMCSA.
UMA's regulatory agenda took another step forward with the announcement that enforcement date of the Lease and Interchange Rule for Passenger Carriers has been pushed back to January 1, 2019.
UMA calls the action a victory in the fight against regulatory overreach and expressed gratitude to DOT Secretary Elaine Chao for her role in the commonsense outcome.
UMA's next chief executive officer is Stacy Tetschner, CAE, an experienced association executive, who has run the National Speakers Association for 18 years. His first day will be
A pro-growth legislative plan to enhance safety and rein in regulatory overreach was introduced as H.R. 2120 by Rep. Scott Perry. More than 70 UMA members in DC held 300 meetings to rally support.
Steve Klika, who is managing the search process to replace retiring UMA President & CEO Victor Parra, will serve as interim President & CEO beginning April 1, while the recruitment process continues.
Motorcoach operators scored a regulatory win this week with the announced withdrawal of FMCSA’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Carrier Safety Determination, one of UMA's top legislative priorities.
Motor carriers and drivers subject to the Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and Hours of Service Supporting Documents rule.
The members of the United Motorcoach Association stand ready to work with Secretary Chao to advance safety and improvements in our infrastructure.
To clarify existing regulations, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued guidance today.
During the next few months, the UMA’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors will be working on a transition program preparing for the appointment of the next President/CEO
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The United Motorcoach Association's first Annual International Driver Competition will be cosponsored by Crum & Forster Insurance and Shriver-Capacity Insurance. The competition takes place Feb. 28.
Prevost will cosponsor the United Motorcoach Association's first Annual International Driver Competition. The competition will take place Feb. 28, 2017 in St. Louis at the UMA EXPO.
Winter weather is here and the newest link on the UMA Driver Member website provides information for motorcoaches traveling through Georgia during inclement weather.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has released the following statement regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) annual reports for over-the-road bus operators.
The United Motorcoach Association (UMA) will introduce the first ever UMA Annual International Driver Competition for motorcoach drivers at the 2017 EXPO.
St. Louis, Missouri based brewer Anheuser-Busch will officially host an evening of entertainment and networking during the 2017 EXPO. Attendees will be invited to the Sneak Preview After Party
For the first time, bus and motorcoach drivers will have their own membership category. Enrollment in the program is simple, convenient, and economical. Sign up TODAY!
According to the Cleveland 2016 Host Committee, Law Enforcement & Public Safety Agencies announce the Security and Traffic Restrictions for the Republican National Convention (RNC) in Cleveland, Ohio.
Registration officially opens on Wednesday, June 15th. Operators can save money during their first 2 weeks of registration - sign up by July 1st for the lowest registration price offered for 2017!
Summer Semester Begins June 29th! Expand your skills and improve your knowledge from the comfort of your home or office in the Bus & Motorcoach Academy. It's a great online resource!
Please check your inboxes for your 2016 Member Assessment Survey. This is your chance to help steer UMA's course for the coming year - your feedback is vital in helping us better serve you.
On April 4th, UMA launched its new website. The new site is extremely user friendly and features much more content and functionality than the previous version.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance will be performing large truck and bus safety inspections over a 3- day/72 hour period across jurisdictions in North America.