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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, State

N.Y. DMV tabs first third-party CDL testing site under new program

A transit authority CEO calls a new program for third-party CDL skills testing in New York a ‘game changer’ for his corporation.

News, State

Self-driving trucks reach milestone with testing in snowy conditions

Embark Trucks successfully completed test runs in snowy conditions in Montana, but are self-driving trucks anywhere close to widespread adoption?

News, State

Hillsborough County, Fla., voters to decide on transportation tax

Voters in Hillsborough County, Fla., will decide this fall on a proposed 1% to countywide sales tax to benefit transportation work.

Business, News, Products & Services

Rand McNally launches ELD aimed at avoiding 3G sunset problems

As mobile carriers continue to phase out their 3G networks, Rand McNally has introduced an ELD designed to provide “long-term compliance.”


The OOIDA tour trailer sets up on Ohio-Indiana state line on I-70

Marty Ellis and the OOIDA tour trailer are scheduled May 19-20 to be in New Paris, Ohio, across the road from a giant cross.

Crime & Courts, News

Marijuana use lands Pennsylvania driver on imminent hazard list

Marijuana use and repeatedly ignoring out-of-service orders has caused FMCSA to declare truck driver Eric G. Burke an imminent hazard.

OOIDA, Opinion

Would speed limiters drive truckers out of the industry?

Would speed limiters drive truckers out of the industry? Based on comments submitted to the FMCSA, many truckers say so.

Business, Equipment

Tesla now taking preorders for fully electric Semi

Preorders for Tesla’s fully electric Semi are open nearly five years after the unveiling. The cost to reserve the new vehicle may surprise you.

Federal, News

Traffic fatalities up across the board in 2021, including large trucks

After being among the few categories seeing a decline in traffic fatalities in 2020, large truck-involved deaths spiked last year. But why?

News, State

Action on daylight saving time continues around the country

Pursuit to end the practice of changing clocks for daylight saving time is advancing around the country and in Washington, D.C.