Federal, News, OOIDA
OOIDA leaders released a video on Thursday, June 4 to discuss what they liked and didn’t like about the INVEST in America Act.
Personal conveyance would be limited by time or mileage under the proposed highway bill – which may also affect detention time, parking, CSA and more.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
Land Line Media provides a timeline of the events related to the coronavirus dating back to Dec. 31, when the first reports came out of China.
Rep. Peter DeFazio released the text of a highway bill that would authorize nearly $500 billion over five years to tackle the nation’s infrastructure needs.
ATRI is asking motor carriers and owner-operators to participate in its annual Operational Costs of Trucking data collection.
Crime & Courts
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says in official tweets that panic, not malicious intent, was why a tanker driver drove into a group of protesters.
Contributing Editor John Bendel recalls a fateful meeting with fast-talking “Jersey Jim” – one of the colorful characters of trucking’s rich history.
Daimler Trucks North America is recalling certain Western Star trucks for an issue regarding the electrical system’s wiring harness.
Talks underway at the Wyoming statehouse focus on a new method to fund transportation and multiple efforts intended to improve road safety.
The New Jersey Turnpike Authority and South Jersey Transportation Authority both approved toll increases that will go into effect in September, despite opposition from several state lawmakers. On May 27, the New Jersey Turnpike Authority adopted a long-range capital plan that includes increasing toll rates on the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway. Toll […]
Fuel prices, News
The average diesel fuel price per gallon in a federal report flickered down slightly from a week ago. There wasn’t much change in any region, either.
News, Safety & Security
A truck driver was arrested on assault charges after driving his tanker truck into an area filled with protesters on Sunday, May 31, in Minneapolis.
You know things are getting back to normal when the NIMBY crowd is back to opposing truck stops and truck parking, which is what happened in May.