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Washington Wrap-Up 2015
Washington Wrap-Up 2015

December 29, 2015
A lot of lobbying and politicking went on in Washington throughout 2015, but by year's end these were the five things that got done that most helped or will...

FMCSA Halving Random Drug-Test Threshold
FMCSA Halving Random Drug-Test Threshold

December 21, 2015
FMCSA will lower the annual minimum random drug-testing rate for CDL holders from 50% of the average number of CDL-driver positions to 25% annually for the...

DOT Wants Sleep-Apnea Data
DOT Wants Sleep-Apnea Data

December 17, 2015
A DOT data-collection request could be first step toward federal regulation of the testing and treatment of truck drivers for obstructive sleep apnea.

Bill Aims to Strengthen Restart Suspension; Slams Brakes on Twin 33s
Bill Aims to Strengthen Restart Suspension; Slams Brakes on Twin 33s

December 16, 2015
Congress is expected to further nail down the suspension of two restrictions placed on the 34-hour restart provision of the hours of service rules — and to...

OOIDA Sues for ELD Review
OOIDA Sues for ELD Review

December 15, 2015
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has filed a lawsuit seeking a judicial review of the electronic logging device mandate that was announced...

FMCSA Makes Progress on Safety Fitness Rulemaking
FMCSA Makes Progress on Safety Fitness Rulemaking

December 15, 2015
Notice of a proposed rule that would increase the use of inspection data in making Safety Fitness Determinations for motor carriers is expected to be...

Trucking (Mostly) Welcomes Electronic Log Rule
Trucking (Mostly) Welcomes Electronic Log Rule

December 10, 2015
Given how much industry feedback — dating back five years — informed the writing of the electronic logging device mandate announced Thursday, it’s not...

FMCSA Removes CSA Data from Public View
FMCSA Removes CSA Data from Public View

December 4, 2015
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has announced that, as of Dec. 4, it has removed "much of" the CSA data that had previously been visible to...

New Highway Bill Scores High Marks
New Highway Bill Scores High Marks

December 2, 2015
Reaction of industry stakeholder groups to the highway bill compromise forged by Congress is mixed, but decidedly more positive than negative.

Crashing Against Common Sense
Crashing Against Common Sense

November 10, 2015
ATRI's latest CSA Research Piece found that excluding “non-preventable crashes” from data decreased the Crash Indicator BASIC by nearly 15% among over a...