Federal regulators

Government, Technology, Fuel

The Economic and Environmental Benefits of The STEER Act

Aperia & TruckLabs Webinar

Program Airs: October 19, 2021. The STEER Act, a new bill introduced by Rodney Davis, will catalyze adoption of active emissions-reducing technologies by the trucking industry, the 3rd largest emitter of carbon dioxide in the US. Its initiatives will help the US continue to lead in cutting greenhouse gas emissions and put money in truckers’ pockets.

October 19, 2021
Government

Senate Committee Considers U.S. DOT Counsel Nominee

Bradley via C-SPAN

Washington lawyer Steven Bradbury will defend his nomination to the general counsel post at the U.S. Department of Transportation on June 28, the Senate Commerce Committee announced.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
June 26, 2017
Government, Business, Technology, Equipment, Safety

Regulators Scramble to Stay Ahead of Self-Driving Cars

Daimler AG

Self-driving cars are only starting to navigate the nation’s streets, but regulators are scrambling to catch up.

June 26, 2017
Government

Speed Limiter Rule, Minimum Insurance Requirement Delayed a Month by Regulators

Federal regulators have moved back by nearly a month their projected announcements of two proposed rules, one that would raise the minimum insurance requirement for interstate motor carriers, and the other requiring speed limiters on heavy trucks, according to a new Department of Transportation report.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
September 16, 2014