Will millions of truckers lose their jobs to automation? Researchers at the Bureau of Labor Statistics are a bit more optimistic than media reports suggest.
How many truckers can say they’ve hauled a load that will send people to deep space? Walter “Skip” Tillett can. Also, strong words for Uber in NTSB report.
Winter is just around the corner. Do you know which states require chains? Be prepared before you roll out with Land Line’s annual U.S. Chain Law round up.
Land Line provides you with a comprehensive roundup of chain- and studded tire-related laws in all 10 provinces and three territories of Canada.
If you have a newer Volvo VNL or VNR truck experiencing steering issues, it may be part of a recall officially announced by NHTSA on Nov. 13.
Jerry Moran and Tammy Baldwin on Nov. 14 introduced the Promoting Women in Trucking Workforce Act. OOIDA is supportive of the bill.
The California Trucking Association filed an amended complaint on Nov. 12, alleging that the ABC test violates the U.S. constitution.
With nearly 50,000 bridges considered structurally deficient, perhaps it’s time to improve bridge inspection standards. FHWA is proposing exactly that.
Fuel prices, State
Transportation funding options being touted in Massachusetts have fuel tax components included that would raise rates by as much as a quarter.
Results are in for Brake Safety Week 2019, and most commercial vehicles inspected during CVSA’s annual enforcement campaign passed inspection.
OOIDA’s Truckers for Troops campaign ends on Nov. 15. Find out how you can be a part of the Association’s efforts to support U.S. military veterans at home and abroad.
A group of governors from the Northeast to the Mid-Atlantic are working through a plan to aid transportation funding via a “cap-and-trade” program.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced $900 million in BUILD grants for 55 infrastructure projects in 35 states.
Some carriers need to request aid from UCR soon to deal with the fallout from a March data breach that affected roughly 23,000 carriers.