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Consumers Now Have Easier Way to File Motorcoach Safety Complaints

Consumers Now Have Easier Way to File Motorcoach Safety ComplaintsThe Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) on Dec. 12, 2012 took steps to enhance motorcoach safety by updating its safety plan and by making it easier for consumers to file complaints about unsafe companies and drivers.

The updated Motorcoach Safety Action Plan (MSAP) reflects the integrated activities of several of the department's agencies and their collaborative efforts to improve the safety of the motorcoach industry.
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Trails

Oregon State Parks Adds Two New Scenic Bikeways to Enjoy

Oregon State Parks Adds Two New Scenic Bikeways to Enjoy Tualatin Valley and Madras Mountain Views bikeways have been designated as new Scenic Bikeways by the Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission, bringing to 11 the number of official state Scenic Bikeways.

The commission approved the designation at...
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Tips & Guides

Four Reasons Why You and the Family Should Hit the Road

Four Reasons Why You and the Family Should Hit the Road Not sure how to make vacations and school breaks count with your family? Discover your own backyard with a family road trip, advised veteran traveler and mother of three Alisa Abecassis.

"With busy lives and, perhaps, lingering anxiety about job secur...
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OnTravel in the West / Paul Lasley

Uncommon Journeys: What Great Rail Trips Should Be

Uncommon Journeys: What Great Rail Trips Should Be Great food, impeccable service and historic cars make a rail journey that provides a glimpse into what rail travel should be at it's best. Uncommon Journeys, based in Oakland, California, operates more private and special trains than any other travel...
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Preservation

Forest Service, Conservation Fund Protect Key Segment Of Historic Trail Of Tears

Forest Service, Conservation Fund Protect Key Segment Of Historic Trail Of Tears

The hardships of the Cherokee people were remembered when the U.S. Forest Service and The Conservation Fund on Oct. 6, 2014, completed the final phase of an effort to protect the original route of the historic Trail of Tears near the Tennessee-North ...

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