John Bendel looks back at the high point of his LTL driving career – a delivery to the 86th floor of the Empire State Building.
The new hours-of-service rules set to go into effect this month are being challenged in court. Plus, problems at TWIC enrollment centers in several states.
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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.
Transportation funding is expected to be a leading topic for legislators this year at statehouses across the country. Options in southern states include fuel tax increases and tolls.
An ice projectile falling from a tractor-trailer on Interstate 80 westbound struck the windshield of an eastbound passenger vehicle, injuring one man.
Lawmakers in both the House and Senate are kicking off the new Congress with bills seeking to have concealed carry permits treated much like driver’s licenses.
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A former Pennsylvania DOT official has pleaded guilty to conflict of interest for soliciting and accepting bribes from at least one contractor.
Fuel prices, News
Now for 14 consecutive weeks, the U.S. average price for a gallon of diesel reported by the federal Energy Information Administration fuel has again dropped. On Monday, Jan. 21, the EIA reported the average price for a gallon of diesel across the U.S. dropped another penny. The price is 6 cents lower than the price […]
Voting in OOIDA’s biennial Board of Directors alternate election wraps up Thursday, Jan. 31. Paper ballots have been mailed to all current dues-paying members, and online voting is now open.
Truckers delivering heating fuel in support of emergency relief efforts caused by winter storms in a dozen Midwest and New England states have been granted leeway in hours of service regulations.
Does anyone else feel a little beat-up this week? I mean, it’s hard not to after taking the slap from Georgia Senate Bill 23 and punch from Virginia’s SB1716. At least Georgia Democrat Sens. Donzella James, Harold Jones and Michael Rhett had the sense to withdraw their hare-brained idea to “prohibit the movement of trailers […]
Another round of legislation is underway at the Mississippi Legislature to permit county sheriffs to use speed radar.
FedEx has agreed to pay New York City more than $35 million for allegedly delivering contraband cigarettes to residential customers.