Government, Business, Logistics

North American Trade Reps Start Talks on NAFTA Overhaul

At the border crossing Sam Hodgson

Trade representatives from the United States, Canada and Mexico have begun talks aimed at resetting terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement, a process that is expected to take many months to conclude and which could have profound implications for freight carriers and the supply chain operations of companies in all three countries.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
August 24, 2017
Government, Business, Technology

Werner's Derek Leathers on Forecasting the Shifting Business Climate

Werner Enterprises CEO Derek Leathers discusses trucking's shifting business climate with TT's Daniel Bearth, part of our July 12 LiveOnWeb program on the 2017 Transport Topics Top 100 For-Hire Carrier rankings.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
July 13, 2017
Government, Business

OOIDA Asks Supreme Court to Review Decision on Cross-Border Trucking Program

The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review an appeals court decision upholding the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s authority to operate a cross-border pilot program allowing Mexican drivers to operate throughout the United States.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
November 7, 2013
Government, Business

U.S. Court Again Upholds Cross-Border Pilot Project

A federal appeals court has again ruled that the government’s cross-border trucking pilot program, which allows approved Mexican fleets to operate throughout the United States, can go forward.

August 5, 2013
Government, Business

Court Backs Cross-Border Trucking Plan

A federal appeals court has upheld the U.S. government’s cross-border Mexico trucking plan, rejecting challenges brought by the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association and the Teamsters union.

April 29, 2013