Sunday, May 27, 2018
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FMCSA announces site for 4th HOS testimony session; truck parking available

FMCSA announces site for 4th HOS testimony session; truck parking available

WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has announced the location of the fourth in a series of listening sessions this month to gather information and comments as the agency prepares a rulemaking proposal on hours-of-service (HOS) requirements for property-carrying commercial vehicle drivers.

New highway program needs to be comprehensive, forward thinking, LaHood says

New highway program needs to be comprehensive, forward thinking, LaHood says

WASHINGTON — Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood today called on Congress to pass what he called a “comprehensive, forward-looking reauthorization program

TCA names finalists in driver contests

TCA names finalists in driver contests

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Truckload Carriers Association has named the finalists names for its 2009 Company Equipment Driver of the Year and Owner Operator Driver of the Year contests.

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.

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