Tag: Infrastructure

One person is dead and another was injured following a train vs. semi truck collision in in Dundy County, Nebraska, on Tuesday.
The Truck Safety Coalition (TSC) told transportation officials that they are "dismayed, disappointed, and deeply disturbed" that rulemaking on heavy truck speed limiters and automatic emergency braking systems has been pushed back to 2025.

Remember the Bridge Collapse In Atlanta? Trump Meets With I-85 First Responders Today

Today President Donald Trump invited a group of first responders from the massive fire and bridge collapse of I-85 in Atlanta to the White...

California Eyes Raising Diesel Fuel Taxes To Pay For Infrastructure

California lawmakers are considering a plan that would significantly increase taxes on gas and diesel fuel to fund a multibillion dollar infrastructure repair plan. The...

Trump’s “Big Trucker” Friend Makes Another Appearance In NY Times Interview

During an interview with the New York Times, President-Elect Trump once again made mention of his "big trucker" friend who is so worried about...

Feds Approve Rhode Island Truck-Only Toll Plan

Yesterday it was announced that the Federal Highway Administration signed off on Rhode Island's controversial plan to toll only truck drivers to help fund repairs...

Police To Start Ticketing Overweight Trucks On Arlington Memorial Bridge This Week

Starting this week, the National Park Service will be conducting "targeted enforcement" meant to keep trucks over ten tons off of Arlington Memorial State Bridge...

Trump Says He’s Friends With “One Of The Biggest Truckers In The World” During Press Conference

During a press conference that the Washington Post described as "beyond bizarre", Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made some interesting statements about the trucking...

ATA Says Administrations’s Infrastructure Plans Fall Short

"The backbone of our economy is the asphalt, steel and concrete of our roads and bridges," ATA President and CEO Bill Gravessaid, "and proposals to fund those roads should be equally concrete..."

Surface Transportation Bill Set for House Vote

Surface Transportation Bill, just released through the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Jan. 31 is set for a House vote today. What does it mean for small carriers?

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