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May 17, 1999 - Industry News

EPA Overstepped Its Authority On Setting Clean Air Policy

The trucking industry's biggest association is applauding a U.S. federal appeals court ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency's setting of air pollution rules amounts to an "unconstitutional delegation of legislative power."

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May 17, 1999 - Industry News

Texas Passes Uniform Speed Limit Bill

A bill that will let tractor-trailers travel the same speed as other vehicles in Texas has passed both houses of the state's Legislature

Tags: Safety

May 17, 1999 - Industry News

Illinois Could Retest Thousands More Truckers

The Illinois Secretary of State wants to retest more truckers who may have gotten their commercial driver's licenses in a bribery scandal

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May 16, 1999 - Industry News

OOIDA Denounces Trucker's Strike

As talk continues to grow, especially on the Internet, about a proposed truck shutdown scheduled for July 5, the country's largest organization of owner-operators and truck drivers has spoken out against the action

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May 16, 1999 - Industry News

Movers Unveil Certification Program

The moving industry has a new tool to battle the black eye to its image delivered by so-called "rogue movers" - a certification program

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May 16, 1999 - Industry News

Train Deaths Ruled Accidental, Driver Fined For Logs

A coroner's inquest into the truck-train crash that killed 11 people in Bourbonnais, IL, in March ruled that the deaths were accidental. However, that doesn't prevent prosecutors from bringing charges against truck driver John Stokes

Tags: Safety

May 16, 1999 - Industry News

Truck Sales On Way To Beat Record

U.S. heavy truck sales for the first four months of the year were more than 27% higher than the same time last year, putting us well on the way to another record-breaking year

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May 13, 1999 - Industry News

Bus Crash Renews Wolf Criticism

The Louisiana charter bus crash that killed 22 people on Mother's Day has drawn renewed criticism of commercial vehicle oversight from Rep. Frank Wolf, R-VA

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May 13, 1999 - Industry News

Teamster Car Haulers Voting On Strike

Teamster car haulers are voting through Sunday on whether to authorize a strike of the vehicle transport industry

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May 12, 1999 - Industry News

British Columbia Buys Stake In Western Star

The Canadian province of British Columbia has purchased a $60 million (Canadian) stake in the BC-based Western Star Trucks

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May 12, 1999 - Industry News

Out-of-Service Order Reversed

In a case that may complicate enforcement of safety rules, the Federal Highway Administration was forced to reverse an out-of-service order on a trucking company

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May 12, 1999 - Industry News

Freightliner, International Models Recalled

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced recalls of several Freightliner and International models

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May 12, 1999 - Industry News

West Virginia Weight Enforcement Criticized

The number of truckers cited for overweight loads in Virginia has dropped dramatically. But critics say it's because of poor enforcement, not because truckers are complying with weight limits

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May 12, 1999 - Industry News

TIP To Market Trailer Tracking

Transport International Pool, commonly known as TIP, has signed an agreement to market a satellite-based tracking system for untethered trailers. The system was developed by Vantage Tracking Solutions, a business unit of Orbcomm, the first commercial provider

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May 10, 1999 - Industry News

Illinois Pulls CDL After Trucker Refuses Retest

Ricardo Guzman, a trucker involved in a 1994 crash that left six children dead, lost his commercial driver's license this weekend after he ignored a judge's order to retake his CDL test

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May 10, 1999 - Industry News

NHTSA To Review Splash And Spray Technology

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will revisit the "splash and spray" issue with a review and evaluation of suppression technology

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May 10, 1999 - Industry News

Higher CDL Fees Would Pay For Illinois Truck Crackdown

Illinois Gov. George Ryan is expected to sign a bill that will institute higher fees for Illinois commercial driver's license in order to pay for 28 more troopers to crack down on overweight and unsafe trucks

Tags: Safety

May 10, 1999 - Industry News

DOT Opposes Speed Limit Change In Michigan

Last week, the Michigan House Transportation Committee heard testimony concerning a bill that would create uniform speed limits on the state's highways. But the state Department of Transportation is asking for an alternate proposal that one trucker's organization calls unacceptable

Tags: Safety

May 10, 1999 - Industry News

Meritor Enhances On-Line Library

Meritor Automotive has added more than 80 new technical publications to its web site at http://www.meritorauto.com. This brings the total number of online publications in Meritor's technical library to more than 100. About 100 visitors download files

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May 10, 1999 - Industry News

Avoid I-40 Bridge In Memphis

Work began yesterday on the I-40 bridge over the Mississippi river between West Memphis, AR, and Memphis, TN, and will continue until the end of May

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May 9, 1999 - Industry News

Group Calls For Driver Shutdown

Two Idaho-based team drivers and brothers, along with one of their wives, are trying to organize a nationwide truckers' strike for July 5

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May 9, 1999 - Industry News

U.S. Xpress Shows Off New Headquarters

A large crowd showed up Friday to celebrate the opening of the impressive new headquarters of U.S. Xpress in Chattanooga, TN

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May 9, 1999 - Industry News

North Carolina To Restrict Trucks From Passing Lanes

The North Carolina Board of Transportation is putting up new signs restricting the lanes that trucks can use on 133 miles of Interstate highways in the state

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May 6, 1999 - Industry News

Bill Would Allow States To Raise Truck Weights

Legislation introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives this week would allow states to increase maximum truck weights to as much as 97,000 pounds

May 6, 1999 - Industry News

Hoffa Inaugurated, Blasts Carey Mismanagement

James P. Hoffa was sworn in May 1 as General President of the Teamsters union. He takes the reins of a union in poor financial shape, which he blamed on predecessor Ron Carey

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