Concise takes on the latest industry research, general association news, and the policy developments and current events that are affecting travel to and within the United States.
It is critical that the TSA operate like a well-oiled machine—the screening process must be secure and effective, and it must also be efficient so travelers are encouraged to take more trips.
For far too long, U.S. visitors and citizens alike have been forced to navigate growing highway congestion, airports ill-equipped to handle rising passenger traffic, aging railways and increasingly disconnected cities.
If three is a trend, State of American Vacation 2018 proves the latest trend is taking more time off.
Brand USA released the results of its return on investment (ROI) study conducted by Oxford Economics. And it’s tremendous news for the American economy.
Travel industry employment edged up in April, adding about 5,000 jobs to reach nearly 8.7 million.
National Travel and Tourism Week 2018 (NTTW) kicked off on Sunday, with cities and destinations across the country organizing hundreds of events and celebrations during the week.
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