The Federal Highway Administration describes the Brent Spence Bridge as “functionally obsolete" because of capacity, sight distance and safety issues.
While budget cuts loom and federal officials make contingency plans, motor carrier safety programs remain exempt from significant reductions.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is researching truck size and weights and will soon begin studying availability of truck parking by state.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has posted two new guides regarding upcoming changes in hours of service rules on its website.
Seven states have suspended hours-of-service rules for truckers transporting propane to mitigate current supply shortages.
On Jan. 23, Missouri and New Hampshire legislatures held hearings on bills that would allow the auxiliary power unit weight exemption permitted on trucks to be increased.
The U.S. Department of Energy has asked that its hazmat drivers be exempted from the hours-of-service 30-minute rest break provision.
Toll Group drivers serving Los Angeles and Long Beach ports have become the first truckers to reach a collective bargaining agreement in decades.
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RT @regguy69 on CNBC report: Again, all negativity by a biased main stream media! Nothing trully discussed on improving crash causation!