Last week, New York City officials pushed a program that rewards locals with cash for reporting on idling trucks -- here's what you need to know.
New York City has renewed efforts to cut down on idling vehicles with a new awareness campaign featuring rocker Billy Idol.
The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has ordered a now-defunct Connecticut trucking company to pay a truck driver complained and then quit after allegedly facing retaliation for refusing to violate safety regulations.
The Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS) took to Facebook on Monday to chide a truck driver for driving for miles on his rims.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) says that their new online drug and alcohol database has identified thousands of violations in the first few weeks of operation.
Yesterday Connecticut governor Ned Lamont said that he was abandoning his controversial truck-only toll plan after legislative leaders failed to schedule a vote on the bill.
A Florida-based trucking company has filed suit after they say that federal authorities seized more than $181,000 in cash meant to purchase trucks for their fleet.
A representative for the trucking group Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association (OOIDA) delivered a harsh message to out-of-touch lawmakers during a Congressional hearing on Tuesday.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered city police to start handing out heavy truck violation citations as high as $7000 starting next week.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo today unveiled his 2021 budget proposal that includes a measure designed to cut down on bridge strikes by trucks.
A Texas jury ordered a trucking company to pay millions to a man who was injured during a crash involving an oversized load in 2017.
An Illinois court sided with truck stop giant Pilot Travel Centers in a strange case involving an injury caused by an industrial sized roll of toilet paper.
The owner of a small Illinois trucking company is trying an unusual tactic to generate new revenue and keep workers employed.
Truckers scored a "significant win" yesterday when a California judge halted the enforcement of a controversial labor law until further notice.