ROANOKE, Va. — Virginia could eliminate about one in three trucks from Interstate 81 with extensive — and expensive — rail improvements, a consultant says.
MEXICO CITY — Is it news, or just another patch, albeit apparently a rather substantial patch, in the pavement of the almost year-long discussion about a replacement program for the Cross Border Demonstration Project Congress ended with the passage of the 2009 omnibus appropriations bill last March?
PORTAGE, Ind.— Authorities have banned some tractor-trailers on the Indiana Toll Road because of snow and high winds accompanying the winter storm hitting the state.
ARLINGTON, Va. — The American Trucking Associations (ATA) today announces the appointment of industry expert Rob Abbott as Vice President of Safety Policy. Abbott returns to ATA after serving as Director of Safety Policy for ATA in the 1990s. At the time, he was the lead staff specialist on safety rating, enforcement and drug and alcohol testing issues.
WASHINGTON — Trucking companies will have to wait until Friday, Feb. 12, for the weekly average on-highway diesel prices that are used to establish fuel surcharge rates because the federal government remains shut down in the aftermath of the snow storm last Friday and Saturday.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood this past weekend at the first-ever National Port Summit here told representatives from more than 50 port agencies that ports are “the real economic engines all over America,” and that they can help boost the country’s financial recovery.