Safety & Compliance

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January 29, 2003 - Industry News

FMCSA Says No To Shorter Disqualifications

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has denied a request to shorten CDL disqualification periods for serious offenses committed in a non-commercial vehicle.

January 20, 2003 - Industry News

Customs Import Proposals Blasted By Fleets, Truckers

Plans to restructure the cargo release process for imports and exports hauled by truck could lead to massive disorder at the border and disrupt supply chains throughout the nation, shippers and carriers are warning U.S. Customs Service officials.

January 16, 2003 - Industry News

Federal Court Acts To Halt Trucks From Mexico

Finding that the Bush Administration "acted arbitrarily and capriciously," the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled Thursday that the administration violated federal environmental laws by taking steps to give Mexico-domiciled trucks full access to U.S. highways

January 15, 2003 - Industry News

Transportation's Mineta To Undergo Back Surgery

Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta will undergo major back surgery next week to relieve chronic pain, aides said Tuesday

January 14, 2003 - Industry News

TCA, NJMTA Back Negotiated Rulemaking

In comments filed with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) this week, the Truckload Carriers Assn.(TCA) joined with the New Jersey Motor Truck Assn.(NJMTA

January 14, 2003 - Industry News

New Jersey Might Slow Trucks Down

New Jersey transportation officials are considering lowering speed limits for trucks following a recent spate of fatal accidents involving trucks on state highways

January 9, 2003 - Industry News

Trucking Groups Forward Event Data Recorder Comments To NHTSA

Three trucking associations have submitted their comments regarding event data recorders to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),

January 9, 2003 - Industry News

DOT Agency Lowers Hazmat Fees

After two years of delays, DOT's Research and Special Programs Administration has announced temporary reductions in registration fees for hazardous materials haulers

January 8, 2003 - Industry News

OSHA Delays Recordkeeping Changes

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has delayed implementation of recordkeeping changes for at least another year

January 8, 2003 - Industry News

International Engine Retrofit Program Cuts Diesel Emissions

International Truck and Engine Corp. has announced a retrofit program that allows customers to reduce emissions from diesel engines in late-model vehicles to levels at or below those of natural gas engines

January 7, 2003 - Industry News

Hours Of Service "Rewrite" Sent to OMB

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration sent its proposed changes to the current hours of service regulations to the White House Office of Management and Budget

January 2, 2003 - Industry News

Voluntary System Helps Trucks Clear Customs

Customs offices on the Blue Water Bridge are rolling out a voluntary program to make security checkpoints faster and track more than 100,000 commercial trucks crossing between Port Huron, Mich., and Sarnia, Ontario, Canada each month

December 23, 2002 - Industry News

Yellow Gets Customs Certification For Canadian Shipments

Yellow Transportation has announced that it has received Customs Self Assessment (CSA) approval from the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA)

December 23, 2002 - Industry News

Household Goods Rulemaking Reviewed

Based on the latest information available from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), the federal rulemaking process on household goods moves is now being reviewed by the Office of Management and Budget

December 19, 2002 - Industry News

Sandridge Food Spec's For Safety First

"Three of our 10 drivers have gone more than a million miles without an incident, and a few more are getting close," says Rich Raham, director of logistics of Sandridge Food Corp. of Medina, Ohio

December 13, 2002 - Industry News

Holiday Highway Safety Tips Offered By Top ATA Truck Drivers

From snow-packed mountain passes to bone-chilling winds on the plains, the professional truck drivers of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) have learned how to handle whatever nature tosses at them in the wintertime

December 10, 2002 - Industry News

Mack Continues Sponsorship Of ATA's Share The Road Program

Mack Trucks Inc. has agreed to continue its sponsorship of the American Trucking Assns.' Share the Road program, one of the industry's most successful highway safety campaigns

December 9, 2002 - Industry News

North Dakota Eyes Roving Weigh Stations

The Highway Patrol wants to close five of North Dakota's eight truck weighing stations, and replace them with roving teams that would use portable scales to weigh and inspect trucks at various locations

December 9, 2002 - Industry News

ATA President Lauds U.S. Treasury Secretary Nomination

President Bush on Monday nominated John W. Snow, chairman and chief executive officer of CSX Corp., a freight and transport firm, to replace Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill

December 6, 2002 - Industry News

Federal Truck-Lockup Plan Assailed by Shippers

The federal government is planning to adopt a rule requiring the locking of all trucks on the road,

December 3, 2002 - Industry News

ATA, FMCSA Offer Driver Fatigue & Wellness Course On Dec. 11

A free, one-day course called "Mastering Alertness and Managing Driver Fatigue" will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 11 at the American Trucking Assns. headquarters in Alexandria, Va

December 3, 2002 - Industry News

Coalition Asks Court to Block U.S. From Opening Roads to Mexican Truckers

Environmental, labor and trucking groups this week filed for an emergency injunction to stop the Bush administration from opening U.S. roadways to Mexican truckers,

December 2, 2002 - Industry News

Trucking Groups Battle 300% Hike In Bridge Tolls

The American Trucking Assns. Inc. (ATA), the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Assn. (PMTA), the New Jersey Motor Truck Assn. (NJMTA), and Roadway Express Inc. filed suit Monday challenging toll rate increases

December 2, 2002 - Industry News

ATA Lauds End To Mexican Truck Moratorium

William Canary, president and CEO of the American Trucking Assns. (ATA), has commended President Bush for his announcement last week allowing qualified motor carriers from Mexico to obtain operating authority for cross-border truck services.

November 27, 2002 - Industry News

U.S. Implements NAFTA Provisions for Mexican Trucks

U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta has directed the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to act on the 130 applications received thus far from Mexico-domiciled truck and bus companies seeking to transport international cargo


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