The latest Jason's Law survey results were revealed during a National Coalition on Truck Parking meeting, five years after the first survey.
Todd Spencer has placed his name in consideration to head the FMCSA. He’ll explain why he’s interested, and what he brings to the table.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation says it is making all the necessary preparations for a swift delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The latest Jason’s Law survey results were revealed during a National Coalition on Truck Parking meeting, five years after the first survey.
Women in Trucking Association is seeking nominees for the 2020 WIT Female Driver of the Year award sponsored by Walmart.
The Pennsylvania Senate has approved a bill to adopt an electric-powered trucks weight exception, and alternative-fuel vehicle fee.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is giving Kentucky nearly $400,000 to catch carriers that are trying to avoid HVUT obligations.
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For a fourth week in a row, the average price of a gallon diesel climbed nationwide, according to the latest report from the EIA.
Minnesota is asking FMCSA to reconsider its application for an exemption from regulations dealing with CDL skills testing procedures.
Arthur Imperatore was a big man in trucking, especially in the era before deregulation, recalls Land Line’s John Bendel.