Hours of service, CSA top targets for House transportation committee

| January 25, 2013

The transportation committee in the U.S. House for the new congressional term said this week it intends to target hours of service rules, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability program and state tolls on federal highways as their primary oversight goals for the next two years.

The highway subcommittee is responsible for overseeing trucking regulations, among other things, and plans to take a look at the changing hours of service rules and follow up an an already-requested audit of CSA.

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  • Guest

    Save up money for a yr or so, stop buying as much as you can. Lets work on a date that everyone can remember, and then stop driving for a couple days, a week, or what ever it takes to make reps know there’s a serious problem. And keep doing it each year until till these pukes running us to the ground get it.

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