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A small-business trucking company owner wanted to bid on a third truck, but Arizona officials seized his money without any criminal charges.
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.
There are 30 additional days to comment and guide FMCSA on rules for autonomous vehicles and comment on removing “unnecessary regulatory barriers.”
OOIDA tells Congress to back off a plan that could jolt insurance premiums for small-business truckers, calling it an unnecessary, costly federal mandate.
The plan’s an ‘unnecessary, costly federal mandate’ that could jolt premiums.
Retail diesel fuel prices continue to slide, now for the third week. In New England, the average price for a gallon of diesel dropped 1.6 cents.
A Brookings Institute study found a link between the environmental/civil rights movements of the ’60s and ’70s and higher costs of interstate construction.
FMCSA seeks comments on several trucking issues starting today, including defining ag commodities for hours of service and CDL testing in your home state.
While July 31 is the projected date for the publication of FMCSA’s hours-of-service proposal, it is unclear when it will actually be made public.
Maybe it will be a little quieter in Effingham, Ill., than it was at Shell Rotella SuperRigs. Jon Osburn and The Spirit are headed there to find out.
An off-duty officer who allegedly started a chain of events resulting in a truck rear-ending a car does not have immunity, says a Texas appeals court.
The pursuit of doing away with twice-annual time switches continues to gain steam at statehouses across the U.S. with support from both sides of the aisle.
The Maryland Transportation Authority’s moving forward with the governor’s proposed toll relief program. Truckers, however, won’t likely see any savings.