This week, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) announced that there will be no grace period for drivers making the transition from grandfathered devices to approved Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs).
This week, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced a two year delay to a rule that establishes nationwide minimum training standards for new truck drivers.
Police say that a truck driver was issued multiple charges after he was caught driving minus several wheels.
Multiple state police agencies are teaming up for a major enforcement effort during the holiday weekend.
This week, Wisconsin became the latest state to add a law that enlists commercial vehicle drivers in the fight against human trafficking. On Wednesday, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers signed...
A newly introduced bill would attempt to grow the U.S. transportation workforce through an advertising campaign.
This week, two U.S. Senators introduced legislation ultimately designed to increase the number of women truckers on the roads.
The California Trucking Association (CTA) has filed a federal lawsuit in California to try to stop an impending law that they say threatens the livelihood of tens of thousands of truck drivers.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) released the results from their September brake-focused inspection campaign.
A governor who was criticized last year by the trucking industry for his truck-only tolling plan is back with a controversial new tolling plan.
Troopers with New York State Police are disguising themselves to keep an eye on drivers as part of an enforcement operation called "Operation Hard Hat."
A New Jersey trucking company owner was sentenced to federal prison after authorities discovered that he had schemed to avoid paying more than two million dollars in personal and corporate income tax.
This week, the Washington Supreme Court ruled in favor of state transportation officials and against two trucking companies in the case of a 2013 bridge collapse involving an oversized load.