LLN (11/26/18) – OOIDA’s Andrew King discusses a truck parking survey from. Meanwhile, Terry Scruton talks to the Land Line Magazine staff about the recent Guilty by Association Truck Show. And OOIDA’s Mike Matousek discusses comments on the FMCSA’s broker bond proposal.
- Pima County, Ariz. residents can comment on plans to improve traffic flow along Interstate 10 and State Route 210 in Tucson. A public meeting is scheduled Nov. 29. The state will accept public comments during the meeting and on the project website through Dec. 30.
- You can submit comments online here;
- Or email them to i10SR210Study@hdrinc.com
- You can also call the project hotline at 888-692-2678.
- The most destructive and deadliest wildfire in California history is contained. Now, the arduous task of cleaning up and starting over begins. However, assistance comes in many forms, with commercial trucking stepping up . You can visit https://californiavolunteers.ca.gov/ for links on the latest information, what is needed and where it’s needed the most.
We’ll have details on a truck parking survey from OOIDA’s Andrew King.
- You can participate in the parking survey here.
- Find out more about the OOIDA Foundation.
- Check out what else OOIDA Online Business Education program has to offer.
- See all the classes offered by OOIDA.
- Read a related story from Land Line Magazine: Truckers encouraged to participate in federal truck parking survey.
Terry Scruton talks with the Land Line Magazine staff about the recent Guilty by Association Truck Show and the Special Olympics convoys.
- If you’re a trucker not receiving the magazine and you’d like to you can sign up here. It’s free!
- You can also subscribe to the Land Line News Nightcap.
- Check out Land Line Magazine online.
Comments were due today on the FMCSA’s broker bond proposal. Terry Scruton talks about that plus updates on highway funding and minimum insurance requirements with OOIDA’s Manger of Government Affairs Mike Matousek.
- It’s never too late to share your views with lawmakers. You can do that at FightingForTruckers.com.
- To call members of Congress, dial 202-224-3121.
- Read OOIDA’s Guide to Contacting Lawmakers.