March 6, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Senate has voted to repeal ergonomics regulations imposed last year by the Clinton administration
March 4, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Senate this week is expected to attempt to overturn the controversial ergonomics regulations
March 3, 2001 - Industry News
A personnel dispute within the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is spilling out into the open – although one side is firing from anonymous ambush
February 27, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected industry arguments, including those from trucking, that the federal government must consider cost and not just health benefits in setting national air pollution standards
February 21, 2001 - Industry News
The military and government are partly to blame for slow truck deliveries, Tom Boyle, president of Boyle Transportation, Billerica, Mass., recently told the Military Traffic Management Command
February 15, 2001 - Industry News
Tire pressure warnings will have to be displayed on the dashboards of all motor vehicles - and that includes heavy trucks - within three years.
This requirement is hidden away in the Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation (TREAD) Act
February 13, 2001 - Industry News
The Military Traffic Management Command is reviewing its automation transportation systems to determine if they can be replaced with existing commercial software
February 8, 2001 - Industry News
Environmental Protection Agency officials recently told representatives of the heavy duty market that they’re trying to ensure information access to on-board-diagnostics parts and service informatio
January 31, 2001 - Industry News
A bill in the U.S. Senate would allow self-employed individuals to deduct 100% of health insurance costs starting in 2001 and would increase the business meal deduction to 80% for small businesses
January 30, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed former New Jersey Gov. Christie Whitman as the new administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency yesterday.
January 29, 2001 - Industry News
New Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta has named John A. Flaherty as chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Transportation
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to streamline hazardous waste reporting requirements by automating the manifest system
January 25, 2001 - Industry News
Julie Anna Cirillo has been confirmed as Assistant Administrator and Chief Safety Officer of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
The appointment officially makes Cirillo the top career official in the agency
Fuel surcharges will be automatic for motor carriers doing business with the Military Traffic Management Command
After eight months of feeling like he had a target on his chest, Clyde Hart, until last Saturday acting head of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, is confident when he says the hours of service proposal won't go away
Of all the tools of governance, the one that has the most impact on the quality of peoples' lives is transportation.
That, said Norman Y. Mineta, is why he accepted President Bush’s invitation to serve as Secretary of Transportation
January 24, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Senate has confirmed, by a vote of 100-0, President Bush’s selection of Norman Mineta to head the U.S. Department Of Transportation
The U.S. Department of Transportation will hold two one-day public meetings in February to review revised drug and alcohol testing procedures
January 23, 2001 - Industry News
The book can finally be closed on the trucking company "undercharge epidemic.
Within hours after taking office, President George W. Bush managed to raise the ire of environmentalists with an executive order that temporarily stalls some new regulations, including new diesel emissions rule
It appears likely that Rep. Thomas Petri (R-Wis.) will keep his leadership chair on the House subcommittee that governs highway policy
January 22, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued revised recordkeeping rules it says will simplify and improve the system employers us
January 21, 2001 - Industry News
The Department of Transportation’s truck safety program is getting better but still has a way to go, says the DOT Inspector General in a critique to be released today.
The agency that runs the program, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, needs to speed up its rulemaking machinery
January 17, 2001 - Industry News
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced the start of a two-year study into the causes of crashes involving large trucks
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has fined Rush Trucking Corp. of Wayne, Mich., $150,000 for multiple violations of the federal hours-of-service safety regulations
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