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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

No-poach contract clauses ruled ‘unreasonable’ by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Businesses in Pennsylvania can no longer include no-poach provisions in contracts, which prohibit employees from leaving one company to the other.

Federal, News

FMCSA preps for 2022 launch of entry-level driver training rule

FMCSA is launching a Training Provider Registry as part of the agency’s entry-level driver training rule, which goes into effect on Feb. 7.

Equipment, News

Shell Starship 2.0 adds August run to summer schedule

Shell Starship 2.0 will make an additional coast-to-coast run, in August, to monitor how Class 8 truck energy use can be reduced.

OOIDA

OOIDA’s tour trailer continues Northeast trek

Fultonville, N.Y., is the next scheduled stop for OOIDA’s tour trailer. Stop by to tell skipper Marty Ellis what’s happening on the road.

Fuel prices, News

Prices are back up for diesel

The cost per gallon of diesel is up from last week, according to the Energy Information Administration report released on May 10

News

Canada ELD mandate update: CCMTA says no penalties in first year

The Canada ELD mandate won’t be enforced with penalties for the first year, says the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators.

News, State

Idaho Legislature approves road work aid

The Idaho Legislature has approved a bill to provide a boost for road work around the state from sales tax money already available.

Crime & Courts

Walmart must face allegations of age and disability discrimination

A former Walmart driver is accusing the company of wrongfully firing him after taking medical leave and denying him his DOT medical card renewal.

News

FMCSA issues HOS exemption in response to Colonial Pipeline cyberattack

The FMCSA has issued a temporary regional hours-of-service exemption following a cyberattack on Colonial Pipeline.

News

Trucking employment down in April, but up for the year

The trucking subsector posted moderate job losses in April. However, the trucking employment situation for the year is up so far.