The ATA is calling this “a historic day” for the trucking industry. The final rule is mandating that truckers must switch from paper logs to Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs). The ATA has praised the FMCSA for publishing the mandate, saying that it “brings logging records into the modern age” and “allows roadside safety inspectors to unmask violations of federal law that put lives at risk.”
Bill Graves says there is an easy way to stop the federal highway fund from going broke by the end of July, raise the gas tax. Bill Graves, the head of the American Trucking Associations and former governor of Kansas
From WASHINGTON, D.C. comes a report released on Monday, that the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) outlines the “life-saving benefits” of collision avoidance systems and recommends that the technology become standard on all new commercial and passenger vehicles.
C.R. England's petition said that an exemption from the new requirement from FMCSA, put in place back in July, would allow the new drivers and trainers to perform as a team on a “revenue-producing” trip back to...
Peterbilt earlier this month said the truckmaker unveiled its autonomous Peterbilt 579 concept semi truck at ITS World Congress. The truck was driven by Peterbilt principal engineer Bill Kahn who you can see giving a brief tour of the vehicle in the video.
Governor Gina Raimondo announced that a truck only toll is part of the state’s RhodeWorks plan. The RhodeWorks plan is a ten-year plan that hopes to raise funds for the repair of the state’s rapidly deteriorating roadways. In addition
Brantley Gilbert took part in a two-day ride with veterans on May 22 and 23. They made four stops in 48 hours as they traveled from Houston to Baton Rouge, where Brantely Gilbert then
This week, the E.P.A. is preparing to propose new regulations to cut greenhouse gas emissions from heavy-duty trucks. They are looking to require that the fuel economy be increased up to 40 percent by 2027.