Administration leaders are speaking out about driver retention. OOIDA suggests some ways the problem can be addressed.
Massachusetts will spend big on roads and bridges, Maine will ask voters about highway bonds, and the feds fail to advance infrastructure.
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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.
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South Carolina taxpayers collected only 5% of a $40 million gas tax rebate. A deal that got them on board for a funding bill is the same that screwed them.
A federal court found that a trucker lacked evidence of future mental anguish and the future pain award was excessive in a lawsuit worth nearly $3 million.
A contingent of OOIDA leaders met with lawmakers’ staff last week in Washington, D.C., to talk about such issues as speed limiters and insurance.
Retail diesel fuel prices slid for the fourth straight week, but only by a tiny margin. Central Atlantic states saw the largest decrease, 1.3 cents.
A new law in the Garden State is intended to improve the efficiency and costs of Transportation Trust Fund projects.
Marijuana-related traffic fatalities in Nevada went down in 2018, just one year after recreational marijuana was legalized.
Hey, ATA! Writer John Bendel asks how can a 1,000-truck carrier hire 900 drivers every year, lose most of them, and still claim there’s a driver shortage?
OOIDA petitioned the Department of Transportation to repeal or amend a provision that disqualifies a truck driver while they seek a second medical opinion.
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FMCSA’s proposal to make its crash preventability determination program permanent was officially published in the Federal Register on Monday, Aug. 5.
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