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A trade association for bus lines, founded in 1926 as the Motor Bus Division of the AAA. It adopted the name American Bus Association in 1977.

History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's American Bus Association page on 14 February 2020, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The American Bus Association (ABA) is a trade association for motorcoach operators and tour companies in the United States and Canada. Its membership consists of about 1,000 companies that operate buses or bus-based tours, about 2,800 organizations representing the travel and tourism industry, and several hundred suppliers of buses and related products and services. Its headquarters is in Washington, D.C.

The organization was founded in 1926 as the Motor Bus Division of the American Automobile Association. It was reorganized in 1930 as the National Association of Motor Bus Operators, and in 1960 changed its name to National Association of Motor Bus Owners. It adopted its present name in 1977.

Mission Statement

The American Bus Association represents the business concerns of both U.S. and Canadian privately owned motorcoach and tour operators. ABA represents the U.S. bus industry in Washington, DC, and supports the government affairs activities of its Canadian members and counterpart associations. ABA facilitates relationships between the North American motorcoach industry and all related segments of the travel and supplier industry. In addition, ABA creates awareness of the motorcoach industry among consumers in North America (USA, Canada and Mexico), and communicates publicly on important issues like motorcoach and highway safety.


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DateArticleAuthor/Source
3 September 2019Article 19-A of the State of New York's Vehicle and Traffic LawFederal Register: FMCSA (Raymond P. Martinez)


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