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Disturbing cargo theft numbers

February 1, 2019

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LLN (1/31/19) – A recent report from Mexico contains some disturbing cargo theft numbers. Also, what does the government re-opening mean for FMCSA’s regulatory agenda? Later, we’ll take a look at the nominee to head the Federal Highway Administration. States take action to eliminate split speed limits. And we’ll review some recent proposals regarding federal fuel taxes.

0:00 – 9:41 – Newscast

9:41 – 24:25 – FMCSA regulatory agenda; FHWA nominee

24:25 – 39:22 – Split speed limits

39:22 – 49:10 – Mexico cargo theft; federal fuel tax

Segment 1

Newscast

Segment 2

The government has re-opened. However, what does that means for the FMCSA’s regulatory agenda? Meanwhile, we’ll take a look at the nominee to head the Federal Highway Administration. Terry Scruton talks with Jay Grimes of OOIDA’s Washington, D.C., office.

  • View OOIDA’s complete guide to Regulatory Issues.
  • Meanwhile, if you have questions you would like answered you can call our Listener Comment Line at 800-324-6856.

Segment 3

Lawmakers in several states are taking action to eliminate split speed limits. Terry Scruton gets the facts from our state legislative expert, Keith Goble. Also: Mary McKenna and Mark Reddig offer up some important notices from the Land Line Now Community Bulletin Board.

Segment 4

A recent report on cargo theft in Mexico contains some disturbing numbers. So what does that mean to you? Mark Reddig covers that, plus some recent proposals regarding federal fuel taxes, with OOIDA Director of Safety and Security Operations Doug Morris.

 

 

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