Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

FMCSA proposes to target reincarnated carriers

| December 13, 2011

Agency has proposed to amend its rules of practice for motor carrier, intermodal equipment provider, broker and freight forwarder.

Modest proposal: ‘Let regulators have what they want’

| December 12, 2011

Today, a dispatch from driver and radio host Big Al Weekley (pictured), the man behind the streaming Dispatch Me Home Radio Network site. It comes in response to Nabisco hauler Buddy Wenners' modest proposal to ...

Senate bill mandates EOBRs

Jill Dunn | December 09, 2011

Measure would give the federal transportation department authority to assess driver safety fitness.

Proposal to tie sleep apnea testing with body mass index

| December 07, 2011

Medical examiners would refer for evaluation for obstructive sleep apnea any interstate commercial driver with a BMI measurement of 35 or above.

Third Mexican carrier completes preliminary audit

Jill Dunn | December 05, 2011

FMCSA has granted operating authority to one of three Mexico-based carriers that cleared Pre-Authority Screening Audits.

Angry about trucking? Occupy your business

| December 04, 2011

You might have noticed the powers that be are not striving to make your work environment more trouble-free next year. A new, and likely more restrictive, hours of service rule is expected. Carriers are steadily adopting ...

FMCSA shuts down Maryland trucking firm

| December 01, 2011

Agency ordered closure of Clock Transport, which the agency said is an affiliate of previously shut down Gunthers Transport.

Little hours rewrite support at congressional hearing

Jill Dunn | December 01, 2011

Subcommittee members believe proposed hours rule would represent an unjustified financial burden on the trucking industry.

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