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Court Could Open Pennsylvania Turnpike Plaza To Truckers

Truckers looking for a place to rest along the Pennsylvania Turnpike could soon see some relief if a court case goes their way


Florida Fires Continue To Cause Problems

Even though Florida firefighters say they have more control over the wildfires raging in the state, it's still guesswork as to when I-75's Alligator Alley will reopen


J-Mar Web Site Features Racing, Trucking

J-Mar Express, the Arkansas-based trucking company headed by NASCAR driver Mark Martin, has a new web site featuring both the trucking company and Martin's racing career


Florida Wildfires Shut Down Alligator Alley

Wildfires in South Florida are causing traffic problems, with Alligator Alley, a 100-mile stretch of I-75, shut down since Saturday


TMC Schedules Summer Meeting

The Maintenance Council will hold its 1999 Summer Meeting June 28-30 at the Renaissance Esmeralda Hotel in Indian Wells, CA. TMC, a technical council of the American Trucking Assns., will give members the opportunity to learn the


Trism Announces Two New Driver Referral Bonus Programs

Trism Inc., Kennesaw, GA, has announced an aggressive, two-part driver referral/recruitment program that will run through June 30


Truck-Rail Battle Takes a New Turn

Truckers are hoisting a new signal for the railroads: Caution — Truck Crossing Ahead


Deadline Passed, But Interstate Tolls Not Dead

The March 31 deadline has come and gone for states to apply for a federal pilot program that lets them put tolls on existing interstates, and it appears no states applied. But industry observers say that doesn't mean highway users can breathe a sigh of relief


Arkansas Drops Plan To Toll Interstates

After the Arkansas state Legislature passed a highway plan that will use bonds and new fuel taxes to fund repair of the state's crumbling highways, the state Highway Commission has officially dropped a proposal to put tolls on existing interstate highways


Mid-America Trucking Show Wraps Up

Unusually sunny skies reigned over this year’s Mid-America Trucking Show in Louisville, KY, which wrapped up Saturday evening with a Brooks & Dunn concert

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