Friday, January 19, 2018
The Nation
Five America's Road Team Captains congratulated on meeting weight loss goals

Five America's Road Team Captains congratulated on meeting weight loss goals

ARLINGTON, Va. — The American Trucking Associations and America’s Road Team have congratulated five America’s Road Team Captains for successfully meeting their team’s weight loss goals and leading the field in Healthy Fleet’s 10 Pound Challenge.

Infrastructure gets only D+ in engineers' report, to nobody's surprise; trucking weighs in

Infrastructure gets only D+ in engineers' report, to nobody's surprise; trucking weighs in

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has just released its four-year report card on the nation’s infrastructure and it wasn’t good news, to no one’s surprise.

More restrictive restart provision appears to be history

More restrictive restart provision appears to be history

WASHINGTON — The so-called July 1, 2013, 34-hour restart provision that required two consecutive overnight periods and could be used only once a week is history.

Trucker Lives Matter (TLM) group plans demonstration Sept. 5 to allow CMV drivers to carry guns

Trucker Lives Matter (TLM) group plans demonstration Sept. 5 to allow CMV drivers to carry guns

Traditionally, the day after Labor Day represents the first day back to work after the holiday weekend, and an unofficial end to Summer vacations. But this year, that may be different for many members of the trucking industry.

Government and private interests demonstrate truck platooning near Port of L.A. complex

Government and private interests demonstrate truck platooning near Port of L.A. complex

LOS ANGELES – Federal, state and local government and private industry partners today conducted a demonstration of automated truck platooning using Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control (CACC) technology, at the Los Angeles Port complex and along Interstate 110 to give partners and stakeholders a first-hand experience of the technology.

Jeffrey A. Rosen, former general counsel at DOT, chosen by Trump for deputy secretary of agency

Jeffrey A. Rosen, former general counsel at DOT, chosen by Trump for deputy secretary of agency

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has nominated Jeffrey A. Rosen to become deputy secretary in the Department of Transportation.

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