The American Trucking Associations is making information about proposed hours-of-service changes available to drivers at truck stops.
A federal court has ordered the case that resulted in the current revision of hours-of-service to continue.
All interstate commercial truck and bus carriers that use logbooks would have to use electronic onboard recorders under a proposed regulation.
FMCSA will hold a listening session on its hours-of-service proposal Feb. 17. Agency officials will take comments and questions online.
Thirty-seven organizations have asked for an hours-of-service hearing before the comment period on the HOS proposal ends Feb. 28.
ROADS | The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), a group whose name pretty well describes it, is calling on highway users to add input to their preparations to take highway/transportation funding ...
Expectation among many haulers leading into FMCSA's Dec. 23 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to change drivers' hours of service regulations was that at least some larger degree of sleeper berth flexibility would be reintroduced in ...
American Trucking Associations has issued a white paper and launched a website highlighting successes of the current HOS regulations.
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