Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

FMCSA groups to discuss Mexico program

A Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s advisory group and Medical Review Board will have an open meeting that will include discussions on oversight of the cross-border trucking pilot program with Mexico.

Read More

DOT updates rules timetable

Agency has updates on electronic recorders, hours of service and speed limiters on trucks.

Read More

Survey: Drivers concerned about CSA

Report shows how CSA has exerted an influence on the daily lives of commercial drivers.

Read More

LogBook

Driver data could go public, U.S. and Mexico sign trucking deal, broker regulatory bill reintroduced and other industry news items are featured.

Read More

DOT steps up carrier inspections

FMCSA has cracked down on unsafe carriers through surprise inspections, full compliance reviews and enforcement actions.

Read More

Survey seeks CSA comments

American Transportation Research Institute has launched a survey to identify Compliance Safety Accountability impacts.

Read More

Minn. rest areas remain shut

Minnesota’s public rest areas remain barricaded as state officials near the two-week mark of their shutdown.

Read More

Lowest out-of-service in Roadcheck history

Nearly 8,000 CVSA and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration inspectors performed 70,712 truck and bus inspections.

Read More

U.S., Mexico sign cross-border agreement

Mexican trucks will be required to comply with all U.S. safety standards and have electronic monitoring systems to track hours-of-service compliance.

Read More

Report: FMCSA wants to release driver safety data

The agency is seeking increased regulatory authority over drivers via the next highway reauthorization bill, GAO says.

Read More