Tuesday, January 16, 2018
The Nation
FTR Shippers Conditions Index continues near zero

FTR Shippers Conditions Index continues near zero

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — FTR’s Shippers Conditions Index (SCI) for July continued near zero, at a reading of -0.1, reflecting the dominance of contract pricing to the measure.

Chao: Policy, regulatory changes to streamline road project process

Chao: Policy, regulatory changes to streamline road project process

PHOENIX — Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao told the annual meeting of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) that important regulatory and policy changes are under way at DOT to help deliver infrastructure projects faster and in a more cost-effective manner.

Pilot Flying J seeking nominees for recognition, prizes in Road Warrior contest

Pilot Flying J seeking nominees for recognition, prizes in Road Warrior contest

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Now in its fourth year, Pilot Flying J is accepting nominations for its annual Road Warrior program, a contest that honors professional drivers who go the extra mile to ensure that products and goods are delivered safely, securely and on time to keep the country moving efficiently.

Oregon State study: Insufficient safe truck parking costing millions

Oregon State study: Insufficient safe truck parking costing millions

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A pilot study by Oregon State University illustrates the high economic cost of having too few safe places for commercial truck drivers to park and rest, researchers say.

FMCSA holding ELD seminar Oct. 11-12 at Davis Travel Center, off I-95, Stony Creek, Va.

FMCSA holding ELD seminar Oct. 11-12 at Davis Travel Center, off I-95, Stony Creek, Va.

WASHINGTON — The federal agency tasked with the electronic logging mandate December 18 will hold an educational event on ELD implementation October 11-12 at the Davis Travel Center off I-95 in Stony Creek, Virginia.

OOIDA, Agri, cattlemen, other groups protest ELDs at news conference; argue for delay of mandate

OOIDA, Agri, cattlemen, other groups protest ELDs at news conference; argue for delay of mandate

WASHINGTON — A diverse group of industries have formed a coalition that is “growing” in membership while making an appeal to delay a federal regulation requiring trucks to be equipped with electronic logging devices (ELDs).

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