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January 8, 2001 - Industry News

Terion Acquires Orbcomm Software Unit

Mobile communications provider Terion, Inc., of Melbourne, Fla., has acquired Dolphin Software Services ULC of Dorval, Quebec, Canada

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January 8, 2001 - Industry News

Pennsylvania to Renumber Exits

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will convert exit numbers on interstates throughout the state from a sequential system to a mileage-based system beginning this spring

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January 8, 2001 - Industry News

Knight-Backed KNGT Logistics Becomes Concentrek

Concentrek Inc. is the new name for KNGT Logistics of Grand Rapids, Mich

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January 8, 2001 - Industry News

International Transit Changes Name to Florida Express Carriers

International Transit, the trucking subsidiary of Florida East Coast Industries, recently changed its name to Florida Express Carriers

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January 8, 2001 - Industry News

Nevada Looks Into Lowering Rigs' Speed Limits on Highways

A Nevada state assemblyman wants to reduce highway speed limits for trucks in his home state

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January 8, 2001 - Industry News

Canadian Study Tackles Trucker Fatigue

Canadian transportation groups hope a groundbreaking new study on trucker fatigue will not only save lives and reduce big rig collisions, but will also help solve the hours of service controversy north of the border

January 7, 2001 - Industry News

Cirillo: Younger Drivers, HOS, NAFTA, Technology, New Administrator on FMCSA Agenda

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will propose a pilot program to train selected 18-year-olds as truck drivers. In an interview on the progress and challenges of the FMCSA, Julie Anna Cirillo, acting assistant administrator, said the proposal still is under review but the agency intends to publish it soon for public comment. The program, suggested last year to the agency by the Truckload Carriers Association as a way to relieve the driver shortage

January 5, 2001 - Industry News

Study: Transportation a B2B Bottleneck

A Bellevue, Wash., software company claims that B2B commerce hits a bottleneck in the transportation sector

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January 5, 2001 - Industry News

I-70 Undergoes Facelift Between West Virginia and Washington, Pa.

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is spending more than $7 million this year to repair broken concrete slabs and shoulders covering half of Interstate 70 between West Virginia and Washington, Pa

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January 5, 2001 - Industry News

Slater to Address Transportation Research Board

U.S. Transportation Secretary Rodney Slater today will deliver an address on the Clinton administration's transportation accomplishments and the challenges facing the new administration in transportation policy as he chairs a panel discussion at the 2001 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting

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January 5, 2001 - Industry News

CF Opens New Terminals on Both Sides of Border

Consolidated Freightways is expanding long-haul operations and capabilities throughout its Mexico division with $17.0 million in new construction and upgraded terminals on both sides of the border

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January 5, 2001 - Industry News

Virginia DOT to Shut Down Parts of I-95 This Week

The Virginia Department of Transportation has announced lane closures for this weekend on I-95 in Springfield

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January 5, 2001 - Industry News

UK Truckers Kick Off Another Round of Fuel Protests

Truckers frustrated with high fuel prices began another round of protests outside oil depots across Britain last week

January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Consolidated Freightways Rejoins ATA

The American Trucking Associations announcing that Consolidated Freightways, one of the largest less-than-truckload motor carriers in the U.S., will rejoin ATA

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

DOT Expands Hotline to Include Consumer Complaints About Movers

Effective January 1, 2001, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration expanded the scope of its 24-hour toll-free driver hotline (1-888-DOT-SAFT) to let consumers notify the agency about movers who violate commercial regulations

January 4, 2001 - Industry News

EPA Approves Plan to Cut Smog in North Texas

The Environmental Protection Agency announced its approval last week of an air pollution plan for North Texas that will require more stringent smog tests for most vehicles and lower highway speed limits

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Hendrickson, Delphi Partner to Develop Truck Composites

Hendrickson International and Delphi Automotive Systems have agreed to develop and manufacture a composite bumper for the medium- and heavy-duty truck and bus markets

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Request for Truckstop in Louisiana Faces Opposition

The request for a third truck stop in St. Rose, La., was expected to go under fire Wednesday night by a local planning and zoning commission

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Log Software Still Free -- For Now

Drivers who haven't downloaded their free Drivers Daily Log software from www.driversdailylog.com should do it soon

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Intrenet Hit With Class Action Suit

Intrenet, the Ohio-based flatbed company that ceased operating Jan. 2, is being targeted in a lawsuit by shareholders who are accusing the company of stock fraud

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Oregon Limits Weights on Applegate River Bridge

Weight restrictions are in effect for the Applegate River Bridge on U.S. Hwy. 199 near Grants Pass, Ore

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Virginia Wants Fewer Trucks on Route 17

The Virginia Department of Transportation has recently made several changes regarding truck traffic on Route 17 because of requests from local citizens and public officials

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January 4, 2001 - Industry News

Powerful Transportation Committee Chair Shuster to Retire

U.S. Rep. Bud Shuster, longtime chair of the powerful House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, announced today that he will retire at the end of January

January 3, 2001 - Industry News

Mineta Will Bring Washington Savvy, Transportation Expertise to DOT

President-elect George W. Bush's nomination of Democrat Norman Mineta as Secretary of Transportation is being hailed as politically wise – and good for DOT, as well. Mineta's nomination fulfills Bush’s promise to include a Democrat in his cabinet – and does so without much threat of partisan rancor. DOT is not an agency that stirs intense political discord, in part because one of its key jobs – distribution of interstate highway money – crosses party lines

January 3, 2001 - Industry News

E-Government: FMCSA Puts Paperwork, Information on the Internet

Curious about a trucking company’s safety record? Want to apply for federal operating authority? Need to make sure a broker is licensed? You can do it all online via the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s e-business safety system

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