A public meeting on May 31 will focus on technologies of electronic onboard recorders.
At least 35 federal lawmakers have signed a draft of a letter to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood protesting the DOT proposal.
I missed this report from the New York Times a week and a half back, about a sophisticated cargo-theft ring operating a seemingly legitimate trucking company in Florida, with a twist. The freight targeted wasn't ...
A few readers have taken me to task for my March editorial. I had argued that the proposed mandate for electronic onboard recorders could eventually put pressure to raise pay.
A federal judge has the trio to prison and to pay almost $1.12 million in fines for operating a double brokering scheme.
Onboard recorders could be required for all carriers that now do traditional logging. These stories will get you caught up with the developments.
Peter DeFazio questioned how the cross-border plans will comply with federal pilot program rules and cross-border trucking appropriations provisions.
Extension will fund infrastructure and safety programs through September.
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