WASHINGTON — A coalition of 34 national business, labor and transportation industry groups — including the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials — has called on Congressional budget writers to take steps to fix the Highway Trust Fund as they craft a FY2018 budget that would take effect October 1.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota transportation officials unveiled a slate of 2017 road projects on Thursday with a warning: the roster of $1 billion in projects could be the last big spending for years to come.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama House Speaker Mac McCutcheon said Thursday that a proposed gas tax increase is defunct for the session after the legislation encountered heavy opposition in early debate.
WASHINGTON — The controversy over electronic logging devices and speed limiters has been keeping courier services busy as proponents and opponents flood the U.S. Department of Transportation and Capitol Hill with arguments in support of their respective stances.
GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. — Land Line, the magazine of the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association reports that OOIDA has filed a petition asking the Unites States Supreme Court to review the association’s case on the electronic logging mandate.