Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The Nation
N.H. transportation chief wants I-93 tolls

N.H. transportation chief wants I-93 tolls

SALEM, N.H. — New Hampshire's transportation chief says he will seek federal approval for an electronic toll-collection system on Interstate 93.

Hole in Interstate 44 near Tulsa closes lanes

Hole in Interstate 44 near Tulsa closes lanes

TULSA, Okla. — State transportation officials say one lane of Interstate 44 near Tulsa and all lanes of 165th East Avenue are closed because of a hole in the interstate.

Requiring EOBRs, prohibiting unsafe commercial drivers, still on NTSB’s ‘most wanted’ list

Requiring EOBRs, prohibiting unsafe commercial drivers, still on NTSB’s ‘most wanted’ list

Required use of EOBRs to monitor Hours of Service, weeding out trucks with mechanical problems and unqualified drivers, prohibiting cell phone use by truck and bus drivers and use of safety technology are some of the National Transportation Safety Board’s top highway ‘most wanted’ issues that have been carried over for 2010.

Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Navistar work to increase fuel efficiency

Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Navistar work to increase fuel efficiency

In a few years, semi-trucks on U.S. highways could save the nation more than $10 billion annually in diesel fuel costs.

Other than food, energy, consumer prices rise less than expected

Other than food, energy, consumer prices rise less than expected

WASHINGTON — Consumer prices rose less than expected in January while prices excluding food and energy actually fell, something that hasn't happened in more than a quarter-century.

ATA endorses Vigillo CSA 2010 Scorecard

ATA endorses Vigillo CSA 2010 Scorecard

ARLINGTON, Va. – The American Trucking Associations (ATA) announced today its endorsement of Vigillo LLC’s Comprehensive Safety Analysis (CSA) 2010 Scorecard as an effective program to help large and small trucking companies manage their responsibilities under the current CSA 2010 regulations. The CSA 2010 Scorecard offered by Vigillo, a provider of a Web-based risk management platform and management reports to the trucking industry, draws from the same carrier and driver data sources as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

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