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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.

Crime & Courts, News, State

Tesla Autopilot crash results in first felony charges related to automated systems

Tesla’s Autopilot feature is the center of the first felony charges filed in a fatal crash case involving automated driving systems.

Coronavirus, News

Canadian truckers protest vaccine mandate

A cross-border vaccine mandate has prompted truck drivers in Canada to launch a protest. Hundreds of truckers are participating in a convoy.

News, State

Virginia and Missouri bills call for left lane truck rules

Transportation leaders at the Virginia and Missouri statehouses are pursuing rule changes that single out trucks from left lane use on interstates.

News, OOIDA, Truck Shows

Late OOIDA co-founder nominated for trucking honor

Former OOIDA president Jim Johnston nominated for the Mid-American Trucking Show’s inaugural Wall of Fame.

Fuel prices, News

Another surge in diesel prices

Diesel increases this week included a 5.5-cent jump in the national average, according to the Energy Information Administration’s report.

Features, OOIDA, OOIDA Member

Remembering Martha Taylor – June 6, 1935-Jan. 19, 2022

Martha Greene Taylor, a longtime member of OOIDA’s Scholarship Committee and wife of Director Emeritus John Taylor, died Jan. 19.


Safety a key issue on the upcoming edition of ‘Live From Exit 24’

CVSA’s deputy executive director joins host Mike Matousek and OOIDA Executive Vice President Lewie Pugh on “Live From Exit 24” on Wednesday, Jan. 26.

News, State

Pennsylvania Senate panel advances truck weigh system bill

A Pennsylvania Senate panel has approved a bill to establish an electronic weigh station bypass system for trucks moving across the state.

Federal, News, OOIDA

Highway coalition urges Congress to finalize appropriations

In a letter to Congressional leaders, the American Highway Users Alliance said more work needs to be done in order to fulfill the promise of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.


There’s gold in the driver shortage for the ATA

With the under-21 driver apprentice program, it seems ATA has won with its “driver shortage” PR blitz, so why no let-up in the drumbeat?