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A coronavirus timeline: How we got here

Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, 2019, when the first reports came out of China.

News

Ontario aims to mandate washroom access for truckers, delivery drivers

Ontario is pushing a bill that would guarantee truckers and delivery drivers washroom access at places where they pick up and deliver.

News, State

California governor signs speed limit rule revision

One new law in California does away with the 85th percentile speed limit rule to permit changes on certain local roads.

News, Safety & Security

Report calls critical infrastructure cybersecurity ‘abysmal’

A report claims the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure worldwide is “abysmal,” raising concerns about basic precautions being ignored.

News, Safety & Security

Nearly nine of 10 vehicles inspected passed Brake Safety Week

During Brake Safety Week 2021, almost nine of 10 inspected commercial vehicles passed inspectors’ scrutiny in North America.

News, OOIDA

OOIDA tour trailer has two stops in Montana lined up

Marty Ellis plans to take the OOIDA tour trailer to two stops in Montana starting Oct. 21 in Missoula and ending the weekend in Laurel.

Crime & Courts, Federal, News

Lawsuit over FMCSA’s hours-of-service changes to resume

Safety groups say FMCSA’s changes to the hours of service would exacerbate a threat of fatigue among commercial motor vehicle drivers.

Federal, News

Joshi confirmation as FMCSA administrator advances to full Senate

Meera Joshi took another step toward becoming the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s next permanent administrator.

News, OOIDA

Truck parking issues at the center of next ‘Live From Exit 24’

“Live From Exit 24” is back Wednesday at 7 p.m. Central to talk truck parking issues and more. Call and share your thoughts at 317-67-OOIDA.

News, State

Northeast lawmakers urge governors to sign Transportation and Climate Initiative

More than 120 lawmakers in the Northeast want the Transportation and Climate Initiative ratified, which could accelerate adoption of electric vehicles.

News, State

New York bill covers concern about ‘bad actor’ household goods movers

A New York bill calls for greater enforcement of some provisions related to certification of household goods movers to rein in bad actors.