TruckerPetition.org founder offers her best recommendations to DOT for prioritizing regulatory review.
At this week's MCSAC meeting, discussions of driver involvement in regulatory review processes dominated the second day.
The August 2012 MCSAC meeting saw a robust debate centered around the CSA programs flaws and ways to correct them. Here find a few bright (and in some cases dark) ...
Other top issues the MCSAC will address at its first special CSA Subcommittee meeting in October were fundamental questions of its effectiveness and goals.
The long and circuitous process toward the final codification of a regulation.
FMCSA Associate Administrator Bill Quade updated the MCSAC August 27 on progress in the U.S. Mexican cross-border trucking program.
FMCSA looks to have electronic log rule in place by October 2013.
CSA "isn't going anywhere," said Compliance Safety Systems' David Saunders at the Great American Trucking Show in a session on CSA: learn to market yourself with your record.
Changes to the CSA program -- including a new Hazmat category, adjustments to speeding severity weights and more -- will go live in December.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's new Facebook page could be a great venue for drivers to get their viewpoints heard by the general public. Also: detail on an upcoming ...
Congress directed the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to mandate electronic onboard recorders.
Some believe the electronic on-board recorder mandate written in this year's highway bill could well be impossible to achieve, given the legislation's language defining the electronic logging devices.
Court rejects EPA’s Navistar exemption, expanded Overdrive coming in August, EOBRs among hot topics for agency, OOIDA challenging Minn. out of service criteria and more industry news items are featured.
FOR THE RECORD/ After announcing its April 19 proposal to adopt recommendations from two of its advisory committees, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration the same day withdrew the proposal.
The U.S.-Mexico cross-border trucking pilot program may fail unless more Mexican carriers elect to join, says an FMCSA official.
The public has until May 21 to comment on three Mexican carriers applying for authority through the cross-border trucking pilot program.
Mexican officials announced plans for stricter regulations on load weight and more inspectors and scales.
Motorhead Garage TV to feature International dealerships this morning Diamond Companies, a holding company for International Truck and IC Bus dealerships in Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas, will be featured on a ...
If you've missed the news as yet, the recommendations put forward by the joint meeting of the Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee and Medical Review Board to the Federal Motor ...
After announcing its proposal to adopt recommendations from two of its advisory committees, FMCSA the same day withdrew the proposal.