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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, when the first reports came out of China.

Federal, Truck Shows

Transportation Secretary Chao reports HOS reform rulemaking heading to OMB

At MATS 2019, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao says a plan for hours of service reform has been sent to the White House Office of Management and Budget.


Nason confirmed as FHWA administrator

The U.S. Senate confirmed Nicole Nason’s nomination as Federal Highway Administration administrator on Thursday, March 28.

Federal, News

With reform in focus, FMCSA receives two HOS exemption requests

The day before Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is set to discuss possible hours-of-service reform at MATS, FMCSA announces two HOS exemption requests.

Truck Shows

Check out Land Line’s virtual map of MATS 2019

Check out the virtual Mid-America Trucking Show experience, brought to you by the staff of Land Line Magazine, live from the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville.

Federal, Truck Shows

FMCSA officials provide update on drug clearinghouse, driver training rules

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration officials gave drivers an in-person update on the status of major changes to drug clearinghouse and driver training rules.

OOIDA, Truck Shows

Members sound off on truck parking, hours of service during OOIDA Town Hall

OOIDA members met face-to-face with OOIDA’s leadership team before the start of MATS 2019 to discuss the big issues during OOIDA Town Hall Meeting.


International Roadcheck in June will focus on steering and suspension

This year, CVSA plans to have its annual International Roadcheck enforcement campaign on June 4-6, and the focus will be on steering and suspension.

News, OOIDA, Truck Shows

Check in with OOIDA on legislative agenda at Thursday’s Town Hall Meeting

Before the Mid-America Trucking Show gets into full swing, stop by OOIDA’s Town Hall Meeting on Thursday. Get the skinny on issues and get involved.

News, State

Officials in 14 states adopt, consider more revenue via alternative-fuel vehicles

Legislatures from Washington state to New Hampshire are adopting or considering plans to tap alternative-fuel vehicles for more transportation revenue.

News, State

OOIDA spreads word about Missouri bills to add consumer protections on nonconsensual tows

OOIDA continues to get the word out about its mission toward adding consumer protections for truckers who are forced to have nonconsensual tows of their tractor-trailer.