Want to know who would benefit from a bill that would increase minimum insurance for motor carriers to nearly $5 million? Follow the money.
Some senators think DOT hasn’t spent enough time looking at automation’s potential effect on your career. Also, a drone attack’s effect on the oil market.
Safety inspectors will be out in force across North America checking brake system hoses and tubing as part of Brake Safety Week, Sept. 15-21.
To toll or not to toll? That was the big question during a House Highways and Transit subcommittee hearing on congestion pricing.
An interim panel at the Wyoming statehouse has voted to advance an effort to allow the state to seek federal authority to charge tolls on Interstate 80.
News, Products & Services
September brings higher truckload rates, thanks to fewer load posts and fewer available trucks to haul them. Luckily, Hurricane Dorian damage wasn’t worse.
Cooper Tire and Rubber Co. is recalling certain Roadmaster RM852 EM drive tires for issues that involve the sidewall, according to NHTSA.
California’s senate approved a controversial bill, AB5, that would change how workers, including truck drivers, are classified in the state.
Requirements in FMCSA’s restart provision that haven’t been effect for years are set to be officially removed from the regulations.
Crime & Courts
Former NFI drivers have asked a federal New Jersey judge to grant class certification in a misclassification wage suit affecting more than 100 contractors.
Gov. Tony Evers has signed into law a two-year Wisconsin budget that he touts for investing in all transportation modes including state and local roadways.
Crime & Courts
In Idaho, drug trafficking charges have been dropped in favor of lesser misdemeanors for three truck drivers who hauled cargos of hemp across the state.