American Trucking Associations

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June 13, 2013

Supreme Court Partially Upholds ATA in L.A. Port Case

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the Port of Los Angeles may not impose the placarding and parking requires of its concession plan on trucking companies. This in effect upholds part of the position American Trucking Associations took in pushing for the high court’s review of the port’s concession agreement.

September 6, 2012

Small Brokers Take Issue with New $75,000 Bond Requirement

The ink on the new highway bill is hardly dry, yet one transportation group already is pushing for an amendment. The Association of Independent Property Brokers & Agents is lobbying to repeal the $75,000 bond requirement for brokers and freight forwarders that's in the law Congress passed in June

May 1, 2008

East Meets West

China's share of the world's manufacturing exports now stands at more than 8 percent, with its economy growing at roughly 10 percent per year, putting substantial pressure on its transportation infrastructure.

April 1, 2008

Coping With The Fuel Crisis

Conserving fuel: More critical than ever.

March 1, 2008

Roadway Reforms

Congress asked for the report in preparation for the 2009 reauthorization of the law that controls how we govern and pay for the system.

September 1, 2007

Return To Limbo

A federal court's rejection of key provisions of driver hours of service rule throws the trucking industry into a too familiar regulatory quagmire.

May 1, 2007

Congress Needs A Sensible Approach To Highway Funding

When it comes to doling out money, our legislators are out of control.

August 1, 2006

What Has ATA Done For Us Lately? Plenty.

ATA may not be perfect, but it's better than some people think.

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