U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Trucking groups oppose fuel economy rules action

A Senate bill would transfer authority from DOT to EPA when determining fuel economy rules for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.

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The cross-border trucking program with Mexico, a driver screening Web site, the Illiana Expressway, IdleAire and truck-only toll lanes in Florida are among the issues featured.

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CCJ editors win writing award

The winning article covered the two approaches engine makers are following to comply with 2010 standards.

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NY port starts truck replacement program

The $28 million program is designed to encourage owners of pre-1994 drayage trucks that regularly serve the port to buy newer vehicles.

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NY port starts clean truck program

The $28 million program is designed to encourage owners of pre-1994 drayage trucks that regularly serve the port to buy newer vehicles.

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FTR: Class 8 truck demand stays weak

The firm forecast only marginal gains for Class 8 truck demand for 2010, even as demand for truck freight appears to be improving.

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Cascade Sierra to offer rebates in New England

The EPA rebates will be provided on a first-come basis for qualified projects until the funds are distributed.

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EPA revises SCR guidance

The original guidance required engine performance to be degraded after a truck travels 2,000 miles or 40 hours on an empty DEF tank

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EPA eyes tighter smog standards

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed the strictest health standards to date for emissions.

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EPA proposes tighter standards for smog

The agency wants to replace the standards set by the Bush administration.

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