The Obama administration's transportation funding plan has officially made its way to Congress, as Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx unveiled the four-year, $302 billion plan April 29. Trucking groups, however, disapprove of the bill ...
Here's part of what he said: "We’ll consider finding ways to help when an option that states want to consider."
Today, it feels like we're on more solid footing with not only a wider swathe of industry opinion but also among the general public, where tolls sentiment has generally trended dead-set against pricing existing interstates. ...
The North Carolina House of Representatives have approved a measure that would prohibit tolling existing Interstate lanes.
New York is considering a 45 percent increase in commercial tolls. Maine will meet this month about tolls for truck drivers.
When a Devon, Penn., lawyer representing big commercial construction contractors insists that "Nobody's against this," referring to tolling major interstates as a method of funding their upkeep and expansion, I suspect he's not talked to anyone ...
IdleAire pulls the plug, truckers urge hours flexibility, intermodal transport gained market share against trucks, EPA revises its 2010 engine emission guidance and more are issues covered.
Pennsylvania's third application to ask federal permission to toll Interstate 80 was met with opposition.
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