Hours of service listening session cancelled due to hurricane

From left: FMCSA’s Joe DeLorenzo, director of compliance and enforcement; Ray Martinez, FMCSA’s Administrator; and Wiley Deck, FMCSA’s head of government affairs. Also at the table were Association Administrator Larry Minor and FMCSA Chief Counsel Jim Mullen.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has cancelled a listening session planned for Friday in Washington, D.C., on hours of service reforms due to the impending impact of Hurricane Florence on the East Coast. The agency has said it plans to reschedule the session.

Friday’s session was the second of four planned public listening sessions to be held around potentially reforming hours of service regulations.

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