A technology podcast from: The Transportation Alliance
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The for-hire transportation industry serves millions of business travelers, tourists, people with disabilities and the general public—a proud legacy of service that began with the iconic yellow taxicab during the first part of the 20th century—every year. This podcast focuses on the stories and innovations affecting that industry every day.
Featuring interviews with transportation leaders and issue experts, the podcast, Fleet Forward brings listeners information and insights on a range of topics, from current events in the industry to innovations shaping the future of for-hire fleets.
Established in 1917, The Transportation Alliance is a non-profit trade association of and for the private passenger transportation industry. Its extensive membership spans the globe to include nearly 1,000 taxicab companies, executive sedan and limousine services, airport shuttle fleets, non-emergency medical transportation companies, paratransit services, and industry vendors. For more information, please visit www.thetransportationalliance.org
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