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FMCSA Postpones Truck Safety Summit

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is postponing its Truck Safety Summit public meeting originally scheduled for March 19 in Washington, D.C.

Trucking on the Front Line in Fight Against COVID-19

As an increasingly aware United States mobilizes to contain the spread the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, the trucking industry is uniquely positioned to help in the containment effort – or to spreading the disease.

FMCSA to Hold Public Safety Summit on March 19

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will be holding a public “Trucking Safety Summit” meeting on March 19 in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the summit is for the agency to receive information on improving the safe operation of motor carriers.

Lytx Supercharges Video Telematics

Lytx kicked-off its annual User Group Conference by unveiling a next-generation technology designed to address distracted driving: enhanced machine vision and artificial intelligence-powered risk detection.

FMCSA: No Word on When Trucking Will See Hours-of-Service Changes

A Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration official points out that the agency's ongoing effort to revise the hours-of-service rule is still in the works, with the goal being "to provide some flexibility" to the key regulation affecting commercial truck drivers in the U.S.