After pushing hard for Connecticut lawmakers to pass a truck-only toll bill, Gov. Ned Lamont seems to have given up ... for now.
The feds are busy creating new and proposed regulations – and OOIDA has been speaking out on them. Also, a billion dollars in federal infrastructure grants.
Winter is just around the corner. Do you know which states require chains? Be prepared before you roll out with Land Line’s annual U.S. Chain Law round up.
Funding mechanisms to get needed road and bridge work done are a constant theme at statehouses. So far this year much consideration is being given to tolls.
Crime & Courts
After more than three years of litigation, P.A.M. Transport agreed to a $16.5 million settlement in a Fair Labor Standards Act lawsuit filed by truckers.
Crime & Courts
Canadian auctioneers Ritchie Bros. have been authorized to sell off the fleet assets of Celadon Group as the carrier’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeds.
For the second consecutive year, an intersection in Fort Lee, N.J., received the title of the worst bottleneck for trucks in the United States.
Products & Services
Spot market rates remain soft in early February, reports DAT Solutions. Van truckload rates are down and reefer rates were trending down.
A $500 reward is offered through OOIDA’s TRACER Alert network for information on a burgundy-colored 2003 Kenworth W900 stolen in New Jersey.
After pushing hard for Connecticut lawmakers to pass a truck-only toll bill, Gov. Ned Lamont seems to have given up … for now.
Crime & Courts, Opinion
Rod Blagojevich is a free man after President Trump commuted his sentence. However, truckers are still on the hook for big bucks because of his actions.
A carbon emissions reduction program being considered in Washington state would severely affect consumers, including professional drivers, critics say.
The Mid-America Trucking Show’s annual concert will be headlined by Jayne Denham and Larry Fleet. The show will be at Fourth Street Live in downtown Louisville, Ky.