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Heavy Vehicle User Tax 2290 May Not Weigh Heavy for Truckers If Prepared To...

The HVUT may not cost heavy as like the heavy motor vehicles if truckers and fleet-owners who need to pay tax form 2290 and file returns happen on time during this tax period for...

Texas DOT Looking At Solutions For Distracted Drivers

AUSTIN, Texas — Corporate executives, small business owners and state officials Tuesday joined the Texas Department of Transportation at Circuit of The Americas raceway to consider solutions for reducing driver distractions that caused more...
U.S. Aviation Agreement With Mexico

United States And Mexico Reach Modernized Aviation Agreement

U.S. DOT Announces Aviation Agreement The U.S. Department of Transportation announced last week that a new, modernized air service agreement has been reached that will expand opportunities for passenger and cargo carriers to provide service between the...

FMCSA Wants To Track Drug And Alcohol Offenses Among Truck Drivers

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration "FMCSA" is currently reviewing public comments on a proposed implementation of a nationwide clearinghouse to track drug and alcohol offenses among commercial driver’s license holders. John Esparza, president and CEO...

Pilot Flying J To Pay $92 Million More For Rebate Scheme

Iconic truck stop company Pilot Flying J has entered an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department to resolve the criminal investigation into the company’s fraudulent rebate scheme, agreeing to pay a $92 million fine...

FMCSA’s Safety Administrator Anne Ferro Resigns

Anne Ferro Resignation We've been hearing reports about the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association and others asking for the resignation of FMCSA's top trucking safety administrator. On Friday, it finally happened. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration chief Anne...
FRA Issues 967.1 Million Dollar Loan

Federal Railroad Administration Issues $967.1M MTA Loan For Commuter Railroads

WASHINGTON – The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) today closed on a $967.1 million Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) loan with New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) in order to facilitate the deployment...

OOIDA; FMCSA Electronic-Log Mandate Will Have Negative Impact

In official comments to federal regulators, the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association says a proposed mandate for electronic logging devices on all trucks would have negative consequences on drivers’ health, privacy, safety and economic interests. The...

Dodge Diesel Starter Takes the Trucks Up Another Notch

The Dodge is a company which is synonymous with excellent and durable vehicles, primarily trucks. Today, the company is not only most famous for its imposing trucks, but also for a variety of technological...
Transportation Spending Bill 2015

Does The New $55B Transportation Spending Bill Put Safety On The Back Burner?

A multimillion lobbying push by FedEx Corp. and other freight carriers may be about to open U.S. highways to a new generation of bigger truck trailers even as watchdogs warn the price will be...