Trust Fund short-term fix signed into law
State transportation planners around the country are breathing a
little easier today after President Bush signed into law a measure that
will put $8...
DOT economist warns: Transportation spending not economic quick fix
U.S. Department of Transportation Chief Economist Jack Wells Tuesday
wrote about transportation spending on the DOT's blog, particularly
Online border wait times are anybodyâ€™s guess
EMERSON, Man. -- If you’re heading
to the border, it could take a bit of searching before narrowing down
an accurate wait time estimate.
FedEx por favor
TOLUCA, MEXICO -- The uncertain
future of the Mexico truck pilot program is of no concern to FedEx, as
the transport company revealed plans to open...
FMCSA: Drivers shouldnâ€™t be cited for laptops under TV reg
Commercial vehicle inspectors in Arizona and in all U.S. states
shouldn’t cite truckers for having a laptop in their cab, at least not
under a fed...
Websites offer trucking waiver information
as it did three years ago with Hurricane Katrina and other hurricanes,
the American Trucking Associations is posting on its webs...
More truckers steer by GPS to save on fuel, time
CINCINNATI — Chuck Kraft ignores the feminine
voice enunciating objections as he steers his orange and white
tractor-trailer into a diesel fue...
FHWA denies Pennsylvania plan to toll I-80
The Federal Highway Administration announced Thursday that it did not
approve an application from the Pennsylvania Department of
Transportation and P...
August Class 8 truck sales slip 4% from July
Only big year-over-year gains from the two biggest brands
prevented heavy duty truck sales in August from slipping below the
dismal 10,000 unit mark...
Truckers weigh money, safety to deliver loads as Ike threatens Gulf Coast
Despite Hurricane Ike bearing down on the
Texas and Louisiana coasts, some owner-operators are risking it in an
effort to make money and deliver the...