As labor negotiations at West Coast ports stall, Teamsters say they’ll support truckers in work stoppage
Labor negotiations between dockworkers and port company managers have hit another snag in their ongoing — and now nearly six-month-long — labor negotiations, and the struggle between the two parties to strike an agreement could lead to work stoppages, either in the form of a lockout by managers or a strike by workers.
I-5 between the Aliso Creek Rest Area and the San Diego-Orange County line will some nights next week be down to one lane.
In the January issue of its STEO report, the DOE forecasts the price of diesel will average $2.83 a gallon in 2015 — 2 cents lower than its projection in the January report and 3.5 cents lower than the average in the most recent week.
A bevy of voices in response to one twenty-something's prescription for the industry on attracting the next generation of drivers.
Road crews will take to I-94 at in Detroit, closing two lanes at milemarker 212 for road work Friday-Monday.
As spot freight falls into a typical seasonal plateau, the West Coast port disruption throws a complication on top of it All throughout the Western regions things are slower, DAT reports.
The public comment period for the DOT’s study on the feasibility and potential impact of implementing crash weighting or “crash accountability” into CSA rankings has been extended 30 days.
In addition to a more long-term hours-of-service fix, Osiecki says ATA will promote increasing fuel taxes to boost highway funding, building a national freight plan, lowering the legal age to obtain a CDL and dealing with federal emissions standards.
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