OOIDA, which started in 1973 to advocate for truckers, has been inducted into the American Trucking and Industry Leader Hall of Fame.
Another city bans overnight truck parking; a bill would add more spaces; and truck parking is proposed as a supply chain solution.
Featured: Coronavirus, News
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.
COVID-19, Federal, News
New evidence obtained by a House subcommittee has members questioning the Trump White House’s role in Yellow Corp.’s controversial CARES Act loan.
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Marty Ellis plans to take the OOIDA tour trailer to two consecutive stops in Wyoming, the first in Laramie and the second in Fort Bridger.
“Live From Exit 24,” addresses questions and concerns related to brokers on the Oct. 6 show. Anne Reinke of TIA joined the conversation.
FMCSA’s new rule aims to streamline CDL issuance and revocation at state licensing agencies for drivers who have drug or alcohol violations.
Crime & Courts, News, State
The Supreme Court decided not to hear another trucking misclassification lawsuit, with this one involving PDX North America and New Jersey.
A Michigan bill package would establish reciprocity agreement for timber haulers who cross the state’s border with Wisconsin.
News, TRACER Alert
A TRACER Alert has gone out for a white 2016 Freightliner Cascadia stolen near Chicago. A $500 reward is offered for info leading to its recovery.
The Iowa Department of Transportation has made it possible to renew CDLs online for most commercial drivers.
Mike Lamb thought of those closest to him when choosing the winning box during Landstar’s truck giveaway in Las Vegas.