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Rhode Island Fights to Keep Truck-Toll Case in State Courts

Rhode Island Fights to Keep Truck-Toll Case in State Courts

The petition is a flinty New England move, propelled by the state’s contention that the truck tolls are a tax, not a user fee. That argument hinges on interpretation of the Tax Injunction Act, which bars federal courts from blocking state taxes.

January 3, 2020

Handshake Deal Reached to Secure NAFTA Replacement Trade Agreement
Cummins to Trim Workforce in Line with Market Demand
Senate Bill Aims to Bring More Women into Trucking
Daimler to Offer Carbon Neutral Trucks by 2039
Ray Martinez Stepping Down as FMCSA Chief

Ray Martinez Stepping Down as FMCSA Chief

Ray Martinez, Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Administration, will be leaving his agency post by the end of this month to take on a different position within the Department of Transportation.

October 10, 2019

New Law Will Smog-Check Class 4-8 Trucks in California

New Law Will Smog-Check Class 4-8 Trucks in California

Even as the Trump Administration attempts to roll back California’s right to implement stricter-than-federal vehicle emission rules, the Golden State has acted to further choke off diesel emissions from trucks.

September 24, 2019

FMCSA Wants to Delay State Compliance with Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse
Report Clears EPA 2017 Glider-Emissions Study

Report Clears EPA 2017 Glider-Emissions Study

An audit by the Environmental Protection Agency’s independent Office of the Inspector General says the agency's testing of glider kit emissions, which found they produced significantly more emissions than new vehicles, “complied with standard practices.”

August 2, 2019

Senate Bill Touted as Largest Highway Legislation in History
Feds: No Need to Pay Truck Drivers for Off-Duty Time Spent in Sleeper Berth
ATA: Truck Driver Shortage Threatens Supply Chain
Navistar to Settle Class Actions over MaxxForce Engines

Navistar to Settle Class Actions over MaxxForce Engines

Navistar International has agreed to settle pending class action lawsuits that alleged that certain Navistar MaxxForce Advanced EGR engines are defective and that Navistar failed to disclose or correct the alleged defect.

May 29, 2019

FMCSA Looking at Wider Pilot to Study Allowing Younger Interstate Truck Drivers
SEC Charges Former Roadrunner Transportation Execs with Accounting Fraud