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A North Carolina driver fatally struck a child exiting a school bus and fled the scene.
The FMCSA ordered four Kansas City-based carriers to immediately cease operations. Find out why.
The FMCSA has put the brakes on an uncooperative Georgia carrier.
FMCSA orders uncooperative passenger carrier to cease operations.
The FMCSA put the brakes on an unsafe carrier and driver responsible for a crash that killed 6 people in Kentucky.
The FMCSA shut down a Georgia carrier following a series of accidents and violations.
“The existing rules have a proven track record, and the agency’s purported reasons for tinkering with them were baseless.”
Today, the FMCSA announced it has ordered an unauthorized Springfield, Massachusetts passenger carrier to immediately cease all operations and has declared the company an “imminent hazard to public safety.” According to a statement released by the FMCSA, Santana Busline, Inc., failed to ensure its drivers and vehicles complied with federal safety regulations. “We won’t allow [...]
The FMCSA has issued recommendations for GPS units.
The FMCSA is continuing to crack down on unsafe carriers.
The FMCSA wasted no time honoring its pledge to shut down unsafe passenger carriers.
Read about the shocking roadside investigation findings and citations given to this driver.
DOT clarifies its position on medical and recreational marijuana use.
The FMCSA announced a new training tools for carriers. The materials have been designed to “assist carriers in identifying and addressing their safety and compliance issues.”
Find out what prompted the audit, and what areas of CSA the agency plans to focus on.
Another carrier has been shutdown. December has been a busy month for the FMCSA. Take a look at all the carriers placed out-of-service this month.
The FMCSA has shut down another “hazardous” carrier.
The FMCSA has put the brakes on two more carriers.
“Honest and candid dialogue about data limitations, what currently works with CSA and what doesn’t will lead to both program improvements and highway safety gains.”
The FMCSA is cracking down on household moving companies that fail to return items to shippers.
A truck driver has been placed out of service for failure to disclose a medical condition. Get the details here.
This Illinois carrier has been deemed a hazard to the public. Find out why.
The FMCSA will be conduction random MEC verification inspections. Get the details here.
The FMCSA has expanded exemptions for drivers in the Northeast helping with Hurricane Sandy and nor’easter relief.
Ray LaHood announced $13 million in relief funds for New York and Rhode Island.