WASHINGTON — The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Thursday approved two human trafficking bills related to commercial vehicles.
INDIANAPOLIS — In a letter mailed this week to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Wednesday urged a delay in implementing new rules requiring use of electronic logging devices (ELDs) by commercial drivers. To immediately impose the new rules — set to take effect December 18 — would place undue burdens on drivers and operators, he wrote.
WASHINGTON — With the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate less than three weeks away, The U.S. House Committee on Small Business met Wednesday for a hearing titled, “Highway to Headache: Federal Regulations on the Small Trucking Industry.”
COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine — The date is drawing closer and closer for the annual Wreaths Across America Day on December 16 and the Wreaths Across America organization is feeling a capacity crunch and needs professional truck drivers to step up and volunteer to help complete its finals loads.
MIAMI — Three fatal crashes involving vehicles transporting migrant farmworkers have revealed the government is ineffective in enforcing agricultural transportation safety laws, federal investigators said Tuesday.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Two years after Iowa and Nebraska raised their gas taxes, both states are seeing a flurry of new roadway projects at a time when national infrastructure efforts have stalled.