October 30, 2013 - Industry News
A House committee is considering holding a hearing on the truck driver hours-of-service rule in November. The tentative date for the hearing would be Nov. 21, sources said.
Tags: FMCSA, Congress, CSA, HOS, Government
October 29, 2013 - Industry News
A congressional panel is recommending a comprehensive, multimodal approach to freight transportation with robust, sustainable funding from public and private sources. The bipartisan Panel on 21st Century Freight Transportation unanimously backs more spending on freight infrastructure – but does not take a position on where the money should come from.
Tags: Infrastructure, Government, Infrastructure Funding, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, Bill Shuster
October 28, 2013 - Industry News
Two congressional leaders who have been working on tax reform for the past couple of years are getting closer to drafting proposals that could include renewed commitment to highway funding.
Tags: Infrastructure Funding, Highways, legislation, Taxes, Government
October 21, 2013 - Industry News
ORLANDO -- American Trucking Associations President and CEO Bill Graves said the industry continues to play a central role in the U.S. economy, despite the myriad of challenges facing the industry, and took direct aim at the Republican Party.
Tags: ATA, ATA2013, Government
January 30, 2013 - Industry News
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, who yesterday announced that he will leave the Obama administration once a successor is confirmed, will look back at a legacy of achievement, particularly in safety.
Tags: DOT, Ray LaHood, Government, Distracted Driving
January 28, 2013 - Industry News
American Trucking Associations is asking the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to push back the start date of the new hours of service rule.
Tags: FMCSA, ATA, HOS, Government, laws
States are loosening restrictions on marijuana but that does not mean truck drivers can kick back and light up a joint.
In last November’s election, voters in Washington and Colorado made it legal to possess an ounce of pot and use it for recreation. And Massachusetts joined the17 other states (and the District of Columbia) that allow medical marijuana.
Tags: Government, laws, Drug Testing
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