The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has once again failed to meet the projected publication date set for the agency to debut their highly anticipated changes to truck driver Hours of Service regulations.
A new federal report says that a driver accused of causing a crash that claimed the lives of seven members of a motorcycle club in Randolph, New Hampshire in June was under the influence of drugs and distracted by a drink.
Today the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that the agency plans to make the transition to a long term crash preventability determination program in order to "gain additional data to recognize possible safety risks on our nation’s roads."
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is increasing fines for violating trucking regulations.
Trucking school owner pleads guilty to $4.2 million VA fraud scheme
Starting this week, police in Minnesota will start enforcing the state's updated "Slow Poke" law.
A recent study into fleet compliance with the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate found that a significant number of companies are lagging behind on meeting requirements.
A trucking company has reportedly closed its doors shortly after the Massachusetts Attorney General announced an investigation into the company in the wake of a crash that killed seven motorcyclists in New Hampshire.
An Arizona community college is offering an unusual new course that promises to train truck drivers for a job that doesn't really exist yet. Tucson, Arizona's Pima Community...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) put out a request for comment on revising the definitions of the terms 'agricultural commodity' and 'livestock' as they relate to truck driver hours of service (HOS) regulations ahead of impending plans to alter those definitions to provide farmers and truckers with increased flexibility.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has announced plans to conduct a survey on the prevalence and severity of race and gender related harassment and violence experienced by women and minority truck drivers.
Citing an increase in gun violence on the city's roadways, Memphis police are teaming up with Tennessee troopers for a major enforcement operation.
The Governor of Massachusetts has introduced a bill that would significantly increase the requirements for obtaining and keeping a commercial drivers license (CDL) in the wake of a high profile crash that claimed the lives of several members of a motorcycle club.
New Hampshire State Police say that they arrested a truck driver who they were providing an escort for after discovering multiple violations.
Lawmakers have introduced a bill that would require all new commercial vehicles to come equipped with automatic braking systems.
Indiana State Police say that they were able to tickets dozens of drivers today thanks to a trooper perched in a semi truck who was able to spot violations that normally go unnoticed by officers in cruisers.