On the heels of approving a truck tax, Connecticut lawmakers may soon renew pursuit of a regional climate plan for transportation.
Connecticut will tax truckers for every single mile they run there. And the governor made some astoundingly anti-truck statements.
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Pennsylvania bill would ensure the state police gets money needed for operations without sacrificing revenue needed for roads.
Few truck stops have a bowling alley, but the Petro in Columbia, S.C., does. Marty Ellis and OOIDA’s tour trailer stop there June 11-13.
Rep. Mike Bost, R-Ill., said an increase to motor carriers’ minimum insurance requirements would be a punishment to the nation’s truckers.
Republicans on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee called out a highway bill for its lack of bipartisanship during a markup hearing on Wednesday, June 9.
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A Rhode Island trucking company owner facing more than two years in prison must also pay $632,000 in restitution for a fraud scheme.
Connecticut lawmakers have approved a truck tax. The action follows a failed attempt to adopt a regional transportation funding plan.
FreightWaves held a Small Fleet and Owner-operator Summit on June 9. OOIDA Executive Vice President Lewie Pugh was part of the virtual event.
The House T&I Committee will conduct a markup hearing for its five-year, $547 billion highway bill at 10 a.m. Eastern on Wednesday, June 9.
Starting in July, Canadians getting new a Class A CDL will get restricted licenses if they don’t road test with a manual transmission.
A recent study looking into vehicle pollution deaths in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions found that trucks are not the main problem.