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An injunction preventing California’s AB5 will remain in place while the California Trucking Association appeals the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Few parts of the federal regulations are quite as misunderstood, or misused, as personal conveyance. We’ll explain the do’s and don’ts.
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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.
Philadelphia Energy Solutions, the largest oil refining complex on the Eastern Seaboard, caught fire after a series of explosions about 4 a.m. on Friday, June 21.
A bill package introduced by Michigan House Democrats targets truck drivers to cover the bulk of the costs for improving roads and bridges throughout the state.
Republicans and Democrats tussle over a cap-and-trade program to begin in 2021 aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions to 80% below 1990 levels by 2050.
A Hillsborough County, Fla., judge ruled that a voter-approved sales tax dedicated exclusively for transportation funding may continue for the most part.
Starsky developers decided early on to choose their battles in autonomous trucking.
A renewed effort at the Pennsylvania statehouse to address concerns about snow and ice removal from cars and trucks has taken the first step toward passage.
A semitrailer driver is called a ‘hero’ after he swerves to avoid at least four vehicles that had crashed on I-94 in Wisconsin and sacrifices his life.
The Compliance, Safety and Accountability scores shouldn’t be made public until several concerns are addressed, FMCSA’s chief told a senator on June 19.
Mexico became the first country to ratify the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, putting the NAFTA 2.0 ball in the courts of Canada and the United States.
When a tidy lawn is more important than free-flowing traffic, we might want to remind folks what the word “interstate” actually means.