Southern California port truckers now are picketing two intermodal rail carriers as the strike against area port drayage companies expands.
Some port truckers serving the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach began another work strike Thursday, protesting what they’ve said are retaliatory actions by their carriers and theft of wages
Truckers serving certain ports may soon have some flexibility in compliance with federal hours-of-service rules, if a push by the American Trucking Associations and some ports is successful.
The Port of Los Angeles has reported no cargo traffic disruptions during the first day of an indefinite truckers strike over wages and working conditions at three area drayage companies.
Port owner-operators in Los Angeles and Savannah, Georgia are protesting to demand employee classification instead of independent contractor status.
The owner-operators were protesting low pay, overweight loads and condition of chassis they pull owned by freight companies.
California legislation in effect would ban owner-operators from working state ports.
Report made recommendations to improve efficiency, including reviewing the Traffic Mitigation Fee structure
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