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Larger speed differentials between trucks and cars mean more crashes and road rage, warns OOIDA in opposing a proposed speed limiter rule.
Where does the truck parking crisis stand on the 12th anniversary of Jason Rivenburg’s murder? We’ll have an update on efforts to fix it.
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Load posts increased twice as much as truck posts last week, load board DAT reports, as supply chains recover from winter weather problems.
OOIDA’s tour trailer ends its Texas tour in Terrell, where there’s a surprising (and free) museum dedicated to training British WWII pilots
Preliminary toll rates for I-270 in Maryland were discussed, with truckers paying up to 7.5 times the rate of passenger vehicles.
Ticket cameras are under review at statehouses around the country as legislators pursue rule changes for the revenue generating devices.
The U.S. Department of Labor has officially delayed until May 7 a final rule on worker classification proposing an “economic reality” test.
The outlook of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s proposed split sleeper pilot program seems murky. The reg has been frozen.
Legislators in at least eight states are pursuing action to eliminate ticket quotas – policing for profit via ticket-writing requirements.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers recently reintroduced the Promoting Women in Trucking Workforce Act.
Canada’s Minister of Transport promises graduated enforcement but holds firm to June 12 as the start date for the nation’s new ELD mandate.
A project, which includes planned maintenance of the Brent Spence Bridge, began this week and is expected to be completed on Nov. 15.