Congress has suspended the FMCSAâ€™s enforcement of the 34-hour restart rule in the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2015. During the suspension, the Agency will conduct a study over the impact the rule has on driver health, operational safety, and fatigue.
From now until the end of January, Delaware state police and Newark authorities will be pulling trucks over on Delaware 896.
Starting on Tuesday, September 16th -Â drivers in California must nowÂ keepÂ a 3-foot buffer-zone when passing bicycles.
A federal judge this week agreed with the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's claim that the trucking company Prime Inc. discriminated against female truck drivers through their same-sex training requirements.
On August 12, the Prosper Police Department in Prosper, TX will be pushing to ban large trucks on an increased number of roads and side streets, asking the Town Council to consider six "no through truck" areas within town limits.
Officials in the town of the town of North Smithfield, R.I will soon begin enforcing a new ban on heavy traffic for vehicles weighing more than four tons in the Slatersville Historic District around town hall.
A federal appeals involving truck drivers from Penske ruled that drivers are entitled to paid breaks and rest periods, regardless of a previous federal deregulation exempting trucking companies from the requirement.
Minnesota's new 10 percent biodiesel requirement is highest in the nation, good for farmers but angering the state trucking association with concerns about price and quality
Pennsylvania's department of food safety and law officials step up enforcement of refrigerated loads through code red.