Thursday, January 18, 2018
The Nation
Sleep apnea tests following N.J. rail crash sidelined 44 engineers

Sleep apnea tests following N.J. rail crash sidelined 44 engineers

HOBOKEN, N.J. — Dozens of New Jersey Transit train engineers were sidelined because testing imposed after a deadly rail crash found they suffered from sleep apnea.

Robot 1, truck driver 0 in Las Vegas accident

Robot 1, truck driver 0 in Las Vegas accident

LAS VEGAS — The robots won this one.

New ATRI report: Only working mechanism to fund infrastructure is federal fuel tax increase

New ATRI report: Only working mechanism to fund infrastructure is federal fuel tax increase

ARLINGTON, VA. — The American Transportation Research Institute Wednesday released its much-anticipated assessment of the nation's transportation investment options.

OOIDA launching its 10th annual Truckers for Troops campaign

OOIDA launching its 10th annual Truckers for Troops campaign

GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is getting ready to launch the 10th Truckers for Troops care package campaign, scheduled for the week of November 13-17, 2018.

Senate panel OKs President Trump nominee Raymond Martinez as new FMCSA chief

Senate panel OKs President Trump nominee Raymond Martinez as new FMCSA chief

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is closer to having a new administrator, as the U.S. Senate Committee in Commerce, Science and Transportation, in a vote on November 8 that was little more than a formality, confirmed Raymond Martinez, President Donald Trump’s pick to head the agency.

Missouri funds from 2004 road measure don't pay debt service

Missouri funds from 2004 road measure don't pay debt service

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The revenue generated by a 2004 voter-approved initiative in Missouri to fund better highways and bridges has not been enough to cover the bond payments it authorized for hundreds of projects, putting the state in a more precarious position for future transportation funding.

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