If passed as drafted, MAP-21 would mandate EOBRs for virtually all interstate carriers and raise brokers' minimum surety requirements to $100,000.
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 ...
The House has defeated a motion to instruct conferees on the transportation reauthoriziation bill that would have limited spending for 2013.
The American Trucking Associations asked members of the committee negotiating on the highway bill to address important industry needs.
The latest is following the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's formal removal of the remedial-directive rule, which would have required carriers with big hours compliance problems to install electronic onboard recorders. After being thrown out ...
House-Senate conferees have started work to pass the first multi-year surface transportation reauthorization legislation in seven years.
If you've not taken the opportunity to tell the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration your thoughts on just how electronic onboard recorders for hours-of-service monitoring are or will be used in the industry, today is ...
The House of Representatives passed a bill to extend the federal highway funding through the end of September.
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