Friday, January 19, 2018
The Nation
Rolling Strong wins health company award from National Association for Business Resources

Rolling Strong wins health company award from National Association for Business Resources

RIVERSIDE, Mo. — Rolling Strong, the provider of driver wellness programs for transportation companies and their drivers, as well as owner-operators, has been named to The Nation’s Best and Brightest in Wellness list by the National Association for Business Resources.

S.C. lawmaker wants to up fine for driving slowly in left lane

S.C. lawmaker wants to up fine for driving slowly in left lane

COLUMBIA, S.C. — One South Carolina lawmaker wants to increase the fine for drivers who go slowly in the left lane.

Diesel prices a mixed bag; national average up 2 tenths of a penny to $2.903 a gallon

Diesel prices a mixed bag; national average up 2 tenths of a penny to $2.903 a gallon

As 2017 was drawing to a close, diesel prices couldn’t decide what they wanted to do the day after Christmas, so six of the Energy Information Administration’s 10 reporting sectors inched up and four slid slightly.

$81B disaster aid bill proposed

$81B disaster aid bill proposed

WASHINGTON — An $81 billion disaster aid measure proposed by House Appropriations Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-N.J., would funnel billions into a range of transportation infrastructure accounts, and does not include a Trump administration proposal to rescind highway program contract authority, according to information published in the Journal of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).

Amtrak didn't wait for system that could've prevented wreck

Amtrak didn't wait for system that could've prevented wreck

The rush to launch service on a new, faster Amtrak route near Seattle came at a deadly cost: none of the critical speed-control technology that could have prevented a derailment was active before the train set off on its maiden voyage.

Study shows 2nd bridge needed between Cincinnati, Kentucky

Study shows 2nd bridge needed between Cincinnati, Kentucky

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A new study says a second bridge is needed to help ease traffic congestion over the Ohio River between northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.

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