In a white paper released this week, ATA urges the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to remain committed CSA's goal of reducing crashes.
The mandate for interstate carriers in the United States to use electronic onboard recorders for hours of service tracking that is in the Senate's two-year highway bill proposal -- S. 1813, currently in conference with ...
Steven Bryan of Vigillo says ATA and others don't think FMCSA is listening to their concerns anymore.
The American Trucking Associations asked members of the committee negotiating on the highway bill to address important industry needs.
ATA says CSA scores are unreliable and present a loose and sometimes inverse connection to crash risk.
FMCSA posted online the final version of its "2012-2016 Strategic Plan: Preventing Crashes...Saving Lives" directional document.
Bill Graves asked members on the surface transportation bill committee to require motor carriers to use EOBRs.
ATA's seasonally adjusted For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index rose 0.2 percent in March.
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