September 14, 2004 - Industry News
The Department of Homeland Security this week announced an additional $21 million grant, available for use beginning March 2005, for the American Trucking Assns.’ (ATA) Highway Watch program
September 13, 2004 - Industry News
Kentucky’s drivers may be more careful and safer these days, thanks to a public service announcement featuring Kentucky Vehicle Enforcement and Ol’ Blue, USA.
September 9, 2004 - Industry News
The Environmental Protection Agency has released the report, "Particulate Matter (PM) Research Program: Five Years of Progress.
The American Trucking Assns. (ATA) and Yellow Roadway Corp. have produced several thousand packets of highway safety cards to be distributed to high school driver education classe
September 2, 2004 - Industry News
Iteris, Inc., Anaheim, Calif., has released the results of its recent International Driver Satisfaction Study for the deployment of its Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system in commercial trucks
September 1, 2004 - Industry News
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration filed a motion with a Washington, D.C. appeals court this week, requesting a stay that will give the agency time to decide how the controversial hours of service rules need to be changed
August 20, 2004 - Industry News
The Florida Department of Transportation has been directed to "waive the size and weight restriction
August 18, 2004 - Industry News
The Department of Homeland Security announced this week trucks that carry freight over the border must describe their cargo in advance in electronic messages to customs officials beginning in November
August 12, 2004 - Industry News
For shops servicing large tires and multi-piece rims, ARI-HETRA has introduced a new Safety Inflation Cage Model WS-3502
August 10, 2004 - Industry News
The latest national highway fatality figures, issued Tuesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), show the trucking industry holding its own in regard to highway safety
The Safety & Loss Prevention Management Council of the American Trucking Assns. (ATA) is taking a fresh look at traditional safety and human resources topics during its 2004 National Conference & Exhibition,
Three hundred and seventy professional truck drivers from all 50 states will arrive in Salt Lake City, Utah, next week for the 2004 National Truck Driving Championships (NTDC)
CEI and the Safety Wins team invites drivers to attend safety training at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich. on Friday.
August 9, 2004 - Industry News
Energy & Engine Technology Corp. (EENT) has announced it is supporting the Idling Tax Credit Act of 2004, introduced last April by Congresswoman Kay Granger, R-Texas
August 5, 2004 - Industry News
A U.S. District Court has issued an order resolving a number of outstanding motions in the class action suit brought by the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers against Swift Transportation Inc
The New York City Police Department has partly lifted its ban on trucks and vans entering New York's Manhattan just days after increasing security following a federal alert about possible terrorist plots
August 4, 2004 - Industry News
The following restrictions remain in effect due to the Homeland Security Advisory System alert being elevated to code Orange
August 3, 2004 - Industry News
August 2, 2004 - Industry News
July 30, 2004 - Industry News
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Mike Leavitt Friday named Rich McKeown as his new chief of staff
The Operation Air Brake Campaign that takes place throughout the United States and Canada next month is adding a new feature to its efforts to improve commercial vehicle brake safety
July 23, 2004 - Industry News
California air pollution officials late last week approved a new rule that will make it illegal to leave diesel-powered trucks and buses running idle for longer than five minutes
July 19, 2004 - Industry News
A federal judge in Utah has ruled that arbitration clauses in C.R. England’s agreements with independent contractors unfairly favor the carrier, thus allowing a lawsuit charging federal truth-in-leasing violations to go forward.
July 16, 2004 - Industry News
A public interest group scored a major victory today when the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sent the federal government’s hours of service regulations back to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for review
July 13, 2004 - Industry News
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Assn. (OOIDA) has filed a class action suit against Oklahoma-based USIS Commercial Services Inc., better known in the trucking industry as DAC Services.
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