Crime & Courts
Nathaniel Branch and Charlotte Stipp are two of about 4,000 workers who suddenly found themselves without a job after Celadon shut downs its operations.
A Pennsylvania panel is working on solutions to pay for highways. Find out what options are on the table. Plus more info on the replacement for NAFTA.
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.
Touting the value of driving experience, FMCSA denied UPS’ request for exemption from the agency’s entry-level driver training rule.
A plan unveiled in Connecticut to fund transportation needs via truck-only tolls comes on the heels of a legal challenge to Rhode Island’s toll collection.
Joseph H. Campbell Jr., a military veteran serving 24 years in the U.S. Marines and U.S. Army, won a Kenworth truck in the 2019 Transition Trucking contest.
There won’t be any “soft enforcement” when the time comes to switch from an AOBRD to an ELD, warns the CVSA. That deadline is Monday, Dec. 16.
Crime & Courts
UPS is challenging a $47,000 judgment it was ordered to pay after a driver filed an OSHA whistleblower complaint saying he was forced to drive without an ELD.
Celadon Group files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, seeking to eliminate more than $391 million in debt obligations.
In the New Hampshire statehouse, legislators want to address truck lane use during peak congestion. Another push covers excessive speeding for all drivers.
Federal data show average diesel prices dropped more than a nickel from a week ago for the West Coast and California while the U.S. average dropped 2.1 cents.
Indianapolis-based Celadon on Monday, Dec. 9, announced it was filing for bankruptcy and would shut down all of its business operations.
Following reports that Celadon will file for bankruptcy, there were many unconfirmed reports over the weekend that some of the company’s 2,500 drivers were stranded.