Lawmakers are moving forward with a plan to place tolls on one of busiest interstates in Virginia in order to fund infrastructure upgrades
Indiana transportation officials say that they will save millions of dollars by shutting down a busy rest stop in the near future.
Los Angeles prosecutors have sued the operators of one of the nation's most popular weather apps for allegedly tracking users and selling their data to third parties. According to a statement issued by Los Angeles City...
New York state transportation officials have confirmed that they are not issuing citations for Electronic Logging Device (ELD) violations at this time.
A new survey found that an increasing number of truck drivers are so frustrated with working with grocery retailers -- especially since the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate went into effect -- that they are simply refusing to pick up or drop off from their locations.
A group of midwestern states are launching a new system to give truck drivers access to real time information about truck parking availability through their smart phones.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is amping up patrols on the Grapevine in the new year in hopes of putting a stop to speeding drivers.
This week, the Federal Motor Safety Association (FMCSA) approved a request that will allow trucks to operate with their two rear-vision mirrors replaced by camera technology.
Transportation officials have announced that trucks weighing more than 13 tons will be banned on notorious Pennsylvania roadway after numerous big rigs have lost their brakes and crashed.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has said that carriers don't need to comply with the state of California's "extra rules" for truck driver meal and rest breaks, arguing that they cut down on productivity and that they hurt the economy.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has ordered an Arkansas truck driver out of service for multiple DUIs in multiple states along with licensing and record of duty status violations.
A newly published Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rule will give states the choice to issue learner's permits that are valid for a full year to truck driver trainees.
Last week the U.S. Department of Justice filed suit against one of the nation's largest trucking companies for allegedly duping the Department of Defense out of millions of dollars for years.
This weekend, hundreds of truckers came out to convoy against government regulations that they say would stifle the gas and oil industries.
The Federal Motor Carier Safety Administration (FMCSA) quietly announced this week that livestock haulers are free to run on paper logs instead of Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) until further notice.