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February 3, 1999 - Industry News

Goodyear, Sumitomo Announce Deal

Goodyear, in a deal the Wall Street Journal says will make it No. 1 among world tire makers, announced a broad alliance with Japan’s Sumitomo Rubber Industries

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February 3, 1999 - Industry News

Election Monitor Certifies Hoffa, Bars Running Mate

A federal election monitor has given James P. Hoffa approval to assume the Teamsters presidency, but barred one of Hoffa's running mates from taking office

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February 2, 1999 - Industry News

Missouri Bill Would Mean Heavy Fines For Speeding Truckers

The Missouri House Transportation Committee will hold a hearing this afternoon on HB 444, which would fine truckers $1,000 for speeding 6 mph above the 70-mph interstate speed limit in the state

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February 2, 1999 - Industry News

Clinton’s Budget Proposes Record Transportation Spending

President Clinton’s budget for fiscal year 2000, presented to Congress earlier this week, proposes a record $50.5 billion in transportation investments, including a record $28.4 billion to maintain highways and build new roads and bridges

February 1, 1999 - Industry News

Bill To Remove Toll Authority Fails in Arkansas

Arkansas legislation that would have removed the state Highway Commission’s authority to add tolls to existing interstates failed to make it out of committee last week, but the newest commission member says there may be no need to go ahead with the toll program

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February 1, 1999 - Industry News

J.B. Hunt Honors High-Earning Drivers

J.B. Hunt is inducting nearly 2,000 drivers into its $50K Club, which recognizes drivers whose total compensation exceeded $50,000 last year

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February 1, 1999 - Industry News

Mercedes-Benz Credit Grows Truck Business

Mercedes-Benz Credit Corp.’s commitment to supporting Freightliner Corp.’s customers has propelled MBCC’s commercial vehicle portfolio beyond the $4 billion level. Since MBCC established a dedicated Truck Div. in 1993, its truck portfolio has grown from $1.25 billion

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February 1, 1999 - Industry News

Ryder, FieldWorks Sign Three-Year Deal

FieldWorks and Ryder Transportation Services signed a three-year deal for FieldWorks to provide Ryder with 751 PC-based truck service tools

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January 29, 1999 - Industry News

Arkansas Governor Unveils Highway Plan

Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee unveiled his proposal last week to fix the state’s crumbling interstate highways with bond proceeds and a diesel tax increase

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January 29, 1999 - Industry News

Qualcomm Cuts CabCard Prices

Qualcomm has announced price reductions on its CabCard services, which provide in-cab e-mail and other communications services for drivers

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January 29, 1999 - Industry News

FHWA Looks At Post-Accident Alcohol Testing

Should law enforcement conduct federally mandated post-accident alcohol tests of truck and bus drivers? That’s the question to be explored in a new study being conducted by the Federal Highway Administration

January 29, 1999 - Industry News

Volvo, UAW Reach Labor Agreement

Volvo Trucks North America Friday announced the ratification of another six-year contract with the United Auto Workers Union for production and maintenance workers at its New River Valley Truck Assembly Plant in Dublin, VA

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January 29, 1999 - Industry News

TA To Add Park ’N View Telecommunications

Park ’N View, the in-cab cable TV and phone service provider, has announced a new contract with TravelCenters of America to provide internal and external telecommunications services

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January 28, 1999 - Industry News

Ford-Volvo Deal Could Boost Truck Investment

Ford announced yesterday that it is buying Volvo’s passenger car division for $6.45 billion in cash – a move that will allow the small Swedish manufacturer to invest more in its truck and equipment divisions

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January 28, 1999 - Industry News

NATSO Honors Bosselman

NATSO, the association representing truckstops and travel plazas, honored long-time truckstop operator Fred Bosselman Wednesday with its Distinguished Member award

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January 27, 1999 - Industry News

South Carolina Considers Interstate Tolls

One of the proposals presented to the South Carolina Transportation Commission at its meeting yesterday was putting tolls at the state line on Interstates 85, 95, 20, 77 and 26

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Colorado Adds Scale Bypass

Colorado is installing PrePass weigh station bypass systems

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Chicago Rehab Work Begins Soon

Work on Chicago’s Stevenson Expressway is scheduled to begin in the next few weeks and last for 10 months, reports the Chicago Sun-Times

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Con-Way Offers New Guarantee

Beginning Feb. 1, Con-Way Transportation Services will offer customers a new service option that guarantees delivery by a certain transit time schedule

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Atlanta-Area Highway Projects Prompt Lawsuit

Three environmental groups filed a lawsuit last week challenging 61 highway projects they say violate federal restrictions on road-building in the Atlanta area

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Arkansas Bill Would Require Legislative Approval For Toll Booths

The Arkansas Highway Commission would need legislative permission to put toll booths on existing highways under a bill introduced Friday in the state Legislature

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Fleets Could Get Funds For Emissions Projects

Fleets that want to test emission-reducing strategies may be able to get funding from the recent settlement between engine makers and the Environmental Protection Agency

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January 25, 1999 - Industry News

Rolling Strong To Open Sixth Gym

Rolling Strong will open its sixth truckstop gym next month at The Giant in Jamestown, NM, on Interstate 40

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January 22, 1999 - Industry News

Investigation Finds Illegal Lobbying At Office Of Motor Carriers

George Reagle likes truckers. As head of the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Motor Carriers, he encouraged communication between the agency and the trucking industry. But apparently he took it too far

January 22, 1999 - Industry News

Flying J To Distribute RoadStar

Flying J and Newport Communications have announced an agreement to distribute Newport’s new RoadStar magazine through Flying J’s network of travel plazas and fuel stops

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