A Scottsbluff-based ground transportation company that provided services to Denver International Airport and other locations along the Colorado front range has lost its ability to operate in Nebraska.
The state Public Service Commission entered an order Tuesday revoking the Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for Denver Coach, Inc.
According to the order, the PSC had ordered the company to cease all services this past June and fined the company $3,800 after failure to pay annual renewal fees on time.
During a show cause hearing last month, Motor Transportation Department Director Jamie Reyes had testified outreach efforts to company owner Wally Schlager had gone mostly unanswered, and the department had confirmed the company’s insurance policy was no longer in force.
In addition to service to Colorado, Denver Coach also provided transportation services within the counties within the Panhandle, and had special party and charter bus designations, as well as a limousine service.