On Thursday, a group of truckers came together in Joplin, Missouri, to bring attention to regulatory issues that they say could cripple the trucking industry.
The state of Arkansas has filed suit against a California trucking company and its driver after a major bridge collapse in 2019.
A lawmaker has introduced legislation that would allow trucks to travel at the same speed limit as cars in the state of Indiana.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) released a list of more than two dozen drivers who will serve on an FMCSA advisory panel to weigh in on issues like parking, driver training, and Hour of Service rules.
A bill recently introduced by a North Dakota State Rep would increase the speed limit on some roadways.
The FMCSA’s Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Final rule went into effect January 6, 2020, requiring motor carriers to query the online database before hiring a driver and once per year for existing drivers. The rule is meant to give employers and law enforcement real-time access to a driver’s drug and alcohol violation records (including positive substance use tests and test refusals), and the FMCSA, CMV employers, State Driver Licensing Agencies, and law enforcement officials all have complete access to information in the Clearinghous
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is considering a proposal to change vision requirements for truck drivers to provide "enhance employment opportunities."
A new Acting Secretary of Transportation has taken office in the wake of the abrupt resignation of Elaine Chao.
Buttigieg looking to put “politics aside” in push for extensive $1 trillion transportation infrastructure...
Soon-to-be Transportation Secretary, Pete Buttigieg, is already making plans to improve American roadways through an infrastructure package officials are describing as “big” and “bold.” Although recently-resigned Transportation Secretary, Elaine...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has issued a federal order prohibiting a Mexico-based truck driver from operating in the U.S. following a serious crash in Georgia in November.
North Dakota’s road train pilot program has been approved, sparking concerns over “already crumbling”...
A pilot program allowing road trains on North Dakota highways has been approved despite fears surrounding safety and damage to roadways. The pilot program was endorsed by the House...
Police in Massachusetts have issued multiple citations to a truck driver following a crash on Monday that left a motorist with serious injuries.
Transportation officials in Washington will soon begin camera enforcement for unauthorized Low Bridge use.
Lawmaker reintroduces concealed carry bill that would help truckers defend themselves when they cross...
A North Carolina lawmaker has reintroduced legislation that would cut through a confusing network of city, county, and state regulations and make it easier for truckers to protect themselves by introducing national concealed-carry reciprocity.