Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The Nation
Oregon State Police plan 1 day I-5 crackdown

Oregon State Police plan 1 day I-5 crackdown

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon State Police say they will stage a special enforcement effort focusing on new traffic laws for cell phones and moving over for emergency vehicles for one day along Interstate 5 in the Salem area.

Lenders search for missing Arrow Trucking vehicles

Lenders search for missing Arrow Trucking vehicles

TULSA, Okla. — In the wake of Arrow Trucking Co.'s demise, its lenders are scouring the country looking for missing Arrow-operated equipment.

Alabama committee approves road building amendment

Alabama committee approves road building amendment

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — An effort by Alabama Democrats to use $1 billion over 10 years from a state savings account to build and repair roads and bridges across the state has gotten off to a quick start in the Senate.

Unusually long train raises safety concerns

Unusually long train raises safety concerns

LOS ANGELES — An unusually long train that rolled through Southern California over the weekend is raising concerns about public safety and traffic delays.

Bill encourages big trucks to use Vermont interstates

Bill encourages big trucks to use Vermont interstates

MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Vermont Senate has approved a bill designed to encourage large commercial trucks to use the state's interstate highways rather than smaller roads.

Advocacy group announced by DOT to raise awareness of distracted driving

Advocacy group announced by DOT to raise awareness of distracted driving

WASHINGTON — U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and National Safety Council President Janet Froetscher announced the creation of FocusDriven, the first national nonprofit organization devoted specifically to raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving.

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