Two driver-appreciation efforts -- by Rudolph Foods and XRS (formerly Xata) -- yield interesting results.
Much has been made of the inability and/or difficulty of state enforcement of the Department of Transportation's nationwide ban on handheld cellphone use behind the wheel. Last I've written about it you can find here ...
The amount of freight carried by the for-hire transportation industry was unchanged in May from April.
ATA called on FMCSA to continue making progress toward a national clearinghouse for drug and alcohol test results for commercial drivers.
As the nation prepares to celebrate the Fourth of July, the U.S. Department of Transportation is working on many fronts to help prevent unnecessary accidents and fatalities due to the unsafe transport of fireworks. Now through ...
Language in the tentative agreement raises the surety bond minimum to $75,000 from $10,000, where it had been since the deregulation era.
During its annual drug and alcohol strike force sweep, FMCSA said 287 commercial drivers were removed from the road.
In a white paper released this week, ATA urges the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to remain committed CSA's goal of reducing crashes.
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