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Nebraska latest state to enact flood emergency

Several states in the Midwest continue to deal with the effects of flooding and severe weather. Nebraska is the latest to issue an emergency.

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More than 150 lawmakers ask EPA to rescind heavy-duty emission rule

More than 150 lawmakers are urging the EPA to rescind its final rule regarding emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles.

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Utah installing remote-controlled avalanche mitigation system

Utah will begin installing a remote-controlled avalanche mitigation system on Monday, July 8 that will use wireless communication towers.

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Survey seeks input on British Columbia rest areas

A Canadian trucking group is asking drivers for feedback on commercial rest areas. Here is how you can provide input.

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Training sessions will teach how to ‘effectively’ voice concerns on regulatory issues

Feds to hold training sessions to educate the public on effectively voicing concerns on regulatory actions. Find out how to participate.

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NHTSA denies petition on rear-impact guard final rule

NHTSA denied a petition from trucking safety groups to reconsider a 2022 final rule aimed at improving rear-impact guards.

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Insider warns about cargo theft over holiday weekend

Cargo theft over the holiday expected to exceed “record highs” set in 2023. Find out how you can protect your load this Independence Day.

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California, Delaware lawmakers advance limitations on autonomous trucks

Legislation addressing authorization of autonomous vehicles, including large trucks, is a continuing topic at multiple statehouses.

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Ohio opens SmartLane on Interstate 275 in Cincinnati

Truckers combatting rush hour traffic on Interstate 275 in Cincinnati may get some relief with a new SmartLane now available.

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Additional counties added to Iowa flood emergency

Major highways and interstates remain closed across Iowa as record flooding continues. Emergency declarations and relief efforts are ongoing.