The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced a final rule today that will permanently ban a person from operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) for life if they are found guilty of human trafficking.
Rhode Island transportation officials say that they collected more revenue than expected in the first year of their controversial truck-only tolling program.
You've got just a few more days to get yourself ready for a weeklong driver-focused enforcement campaign.
One of the nation's largest trucking companies is taking on retail giant Amazon over their use of the word "Prime" on their truck's trailers.
Federal authorities say that a man has pled guilty to charges related to a human smuggling scheme that took place at south Texas truck stops.
Yesterday, two senators reintroduced controversial semi truck "speed limiter" legislation that they say will improve highway safety and save lives.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has listed a new date for the publication of its highly anticipated changes to truck driver Hours of Service (HOS) regulations -- after it missed the...
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is eyeing a new plan that would allow third-party CDL instructors to administer skills tests to their own students.
A massive group of truckers, loggers, farmers, and their family members descended on the state capitol in Oregon today to protest a controversial emissions bill.
In the wake of a tragic crash that claimed the lives of seven motorcyclists in New Hampshire last week, new details are emerging about the driving record of the man accused of causing the crash.
New data from federal transportation officials indicates that fatal crashes involving commercial vehicles increased in the first year after the ELD Mandate went into effect -- even though traffic fatalities in general went down.
New Jersey officials issued dozens of citations to commercial vehicle drivers who were idling during an enforcement patrol last month.
The Illinois State Police announced that they are bringing their "Trooper in a Truck" ride-along program to the Chicago area.